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   London Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - December 23, 1834, London, Middlesex                                Sixt* wr laft arriv'd tbe Mads frm France* Holland and Flanders. Conftantinopfe* November 17. HE Affairs of this Empirearecarried on with ah imprrihnUc bccrccj. The Report that Dtevaird tome tiarte ago, as if two Ambauadors from Pcrfia were arriv'd berr, is rorrv'd ; bat vrfiethsrit be an Artifice to amrie the Feeble, who 1 are on the Point of riling againlt the : Government, or whether there is rcalljr ' a Myflery in the Matter, we cannot diicover: *Tb certain, however, that ThamasKouli-XIanhas nude hnafelf Matter of the Capital of Georgia; and tavuig been jbin'd by a confiderable Number of die Prince* of that Province, is marcfaing with his whoIeAnny jactrft of the Turks, in order to give them Battle. People talk as if the Mirut'er of a certain CbrifUan Power has presented aPrajecl to the Grand Srgnjor, for concluding an hereditary Alliance with him; and 'tis added, that bb Snbiime Highnefs very readily approval theFrapefal. The Death of the Lie Mufti was foretold by a ProWor of Aflrology here, and inferred ja his Almanack: The Grand Signicr has appointed a-JrWon lor his SocceiTor who is 96 Years ot" Age. ' fima, Dtc 1 j. We learn from Brcflao, that the States of Sikfia have granted the Emperor a Subfidy ot 2329999 Florins for the Services of the enfuing Year: They have alio agreed to fcrmlh him with 4 3 5 2 Reauic,and 13 2oHorfes for remounting the' Troops. .Pari*, Dec. 25! We have Advice front Naples, that Car-daal Pigrtatclli, Dean of the Sacred College, and Archbifbop �f that City, was dead there, in his 83d Year: He rccciVd the Purple from Clement XI. and wore it 31 Years. ! total, Dectxbn 21. Wind S. W. Tnofe in my former itnuin, with the Houghton, Worth, the Richmond. Gougb, the Duke of Cumberland, Braund, and the London. Bootle, forEafl-Indo. Yeuerday arriv'd, --Fu.ci, from Virginia.  � LONDON. Advice is arriv'd in Town, that Count Konigtrgg having drrided his Army into two Bodies, march'd with one over the Ogjfc, and fent the oibea 006 the Po under tbe Command of General Wallis; that a large Corps of the latter having ad-vane'd to Guailalla and funmon'd tbe Governor, who was a Frenchman, tofurrender, M concur gave than soar/polite an Anfoer, that they began to open Trenches and prepare for be-fiepog it; but before they had made any Progrcfs in their Works, Msrflul Broglio arriv'd with '20000 Men from the Affiat Army, and after a fhort Refinance, obliged tbe Ger-� mm � retire with Lots; * Tis added, that the whole Body of. the Imperial Army was again retreated beyond the Po and the QjaWt and t.'uu there was as great Rejoicings nuking on this ^Wtanon at 'Paris�as if the Allies had gain'd a decifive Battle. Letters from Italy advife, that the Duke of Mod tern a/ has Bully began his March" from Naples to Parma, with a Body of iocoo Spaniards, so guard that Dutcby andalSft the Allies. Their Royal and Serene Higbnclles the Prince and Princets f Orange atriv'd the a^dlnliant, N. S. about 6 in the Evcn-" sag, at Breda, in good Health : They were met at Sundert by > as Officer and thirty Men, whom the Governor had detaeb'd ' Vetcort their Highnelfej : When the Prince and Princcfs cn- Hr*d the Gates ot the: Town, they were fainted with a triple 'Dnchargeof the Cannon upon the Ramparts, the Bells alio S;, and the Streets thro* which their Highneues pa&'d were y iUuniimted, as was likewife the Tower of the Great Church; their Highnefies proceeded to the CaiUc. which had been formerly oae of the Places of Refidence belonging to the Jviflau Family, and were toon after attended by tbe Governor and Officers of the Garritbn, the chief Magilfrate, and * great Number ot Perforaof IMindion. As foon as their Highnefics aid alighted at the Cattle, a Guard mourned there, confilbng - of a Captain, two Lieutenants, an Enugoand too Men, and t&eSHighiieflfes had likcwifeanothcr Guard in their Anticham-btr. T-heir Hightxffes accepted an Invitation to dine the next Dry with the chief Magitiratr, and were condaclcd to the _ Tpwn-Houfe rhidll the imivcrfal Acclamations of tbe Beople : The Burghers were under Arms, and in the Evening there were - Hfomimtiotu and Firewcrks as the preceding Night, Saturday fcawj'Cbriiimas-Da/, accordiegjo the New Stile, the Prince and Prmcek of Orange affiiled at Divine Service, as they did M Sunday, and the next Morning proceeded on their Journey I* the Hague. ,; And on Sattmlav Morning one of his Majeily's Mefirngers trnv'd at St j^mtj's, with A-vice that on VVedoeiday, lail iheir Royal and Seruic liighnrflis anrv'd at toe Hague in good Health. His Majefly's Servants who attended her Royal Highccfs to .ttrfland, tye:e waiting at~Roueruam, in order to embarkon their Return to England. We have an Account from Berlin, that the King-of Prcffia as lb well recovcr'd, that he Ccugn'd to uke tbe Air abroad the firil Day the VV ea^Hr: pcrmined : That the French Mtni-er having carried the three NobScmen to Porzdim. who arc Oficcrs in the French Troops ht-Iy rettm'd from RuiEa, anJ  ]� under the Window, and * cflcem'd the �nc:l Corps ot \�*r.-.a the Weld. '1 Gout *�ving ftill pofiiiucn of his Majtily's right Hand, he writes *jlh bis left. The Prince Koy*l is upon his Dive.-f:ccs : n? Iw than 450 ui d Boars were ki'l'd at the latcHunring-Matct., W>�ch was mad,: by the King** Order for his HigbceiTi Esucr-tommtnt. They write from Ratifbon, that there has beer, a great Competition for the Place of Mauler of the Ordnance of the Em F|re: That Prince MaxiauWo/ Heffe-Caflel, B.ahertotte ^ngof Sweden, is Idee to fkc^d. in Opjxikioo to Duke ^dtnand, Brotrxr u> the hhxor of B^varut : That die 2�^g�t was the greater, on Occ=Hou of the Diff-rence of �VtoiOQ in thole Princes; and ti.it it w*i thought the Prote-�� rrweck of 1 he fcnipuc wcmU Un laurjcri caujgh to creel a Poftof SscoM Mafter of the Ordnance, in order toabtift/ th: Dake of Saxe WeifTenfelrs, who it the third Candidate, and though a Prorenant, moch in the Graces of his Imperial Majefly and the Electa- of Saxony. Letters from the Rhine mention, that the Elector Palatine was about to maltt a cooitderable Augmentation to his Forces, and that the Electa of Cototni begin to give Hopes of coming iotirely into the Emperor's Views. Great Complaints having been made of Disorders committed by the Troops in their WintCT-Quarcers, a new Ordinance has been pablittVd by the Imperial General, to prevent them for the future. We learn from Sweden, that the Diet of that Kingdom, which was to haw broke up the 9th Inlhnt. had agreed to continue Suing a few Days longer, to deliberate on fome Pro-pofals of great iraportancr, which hiiSwedUhMa^cfty hid juft recciv'd from Great Britain and France. 'Tis (aid, that the Diet will addrefs his Majefly to join his good Offices to thofit of the' other Powers,* for procuring an Accommodation of the prelent Differences in Europe. � Letters front Peterfburg ipeak highly in Praifc of the gallants j Conduaof the Czarina : They mention, that when the Em-peror'a Miniller lately expreis'd an Uneafinefs to her M�jctty, on Account of the frequent Conferences which the Frtnch Commiflary had with, the Ruffian Miniilers; (he bid him lay afide Snipicion. afforing him, that fixe would sacrifice all the Injerefls of her Empire to her Engagements for KingAu-guUu�.' Her Czarian Majelly has publuli'd a Writing in Poland, declaring, that as ttw fent her Troops into that Kingdom, with no* other View bitt to preferve its Liberties; fo fhe would recal them as fbon as its Tranquility and Safety was allured v nor would Qk pretend to any Conqueft for lierfclf, or even expeil Satisfatlion tor the great Expence (he has been at. The French King has order'd a folemh Rr^mtm to be per-form'd in all the Churches of his Kingdom, for the Souls of the Officers and Soldiers who have been kill'd in the tail Carnpains, his Majefty being willing, that tbjiixbo died in War jbtuU towtvtr rtft ia Ptact^ Yefleolay the Rev. Dr. George preach'd before their Ma-jtflks in the Royal Chapel at St. James's, and the Right Hon. the Earl of Wilmington carried the Sword of State. On Wednefday tall died at his Seat at Ubbellon near Yox-ford in Suffolk, Sir Robert Kemp, Bart. Knight of the Shire for that County, ' Sir Robert? had four Wives, the hrft of whom wasLrtitii, Daughter of Robert King, of Great Thurlow in SuSolk, Efq; by whom he had two Daughters t the elded died young, and the fecond married Sir Edmund Bacon, ol G�r-boJdiinam. Bart. Knight of the Shire for the County of Norfolk : H�s fecond Lady was Elizabeth, Daughter and fole Heirefs of John Brand, of Edwardfton, in Suffolk, Efqt by whom be had ten Children: His third Wife was Martha, � Daughter of William Bbckwell, of Mortlack in Surry, Efq; by whom he had three Children t but feveral of the Children of thefc two laft Marriages arc dead : His fourth Wife, whom he married in July 1729, was Mrs. Burroughs, a Widow Lady, by whom he bad no I flue. He is fucceeuad in Dignity and Enatc by his elder! Son, now Sir Robert Kemp, Bart, who (erv'd tor the Borough of Orfbrd in Suffolk iu tne fall Parliament. We have an Account, that the London, Capt. Cowell, from St. Cnritlophcr's, bound for London, was on the jth'lnllant, by violent Wcathor, drove upon the Oars-Bank near Chiche-ilcr, where (he lent her Rudder, and was in great Danger of being loft, but is fince got off. v Saturday being St. f homas's-Day, the Election of Com-moa-Co^ncil-Meo came on in the feveral Wards with very little Alteration. Yeilcrday nine Priefls and Deacons were ordain'd at Grofve-nor Chapel by the Right Rev.' the Lords Bdhops ot Durham and WwdSeJler. The fame Day fourteen Priefls and Deacons were nrdain'd at tbe Royal Chapel at St. James's by the Right Rev. the Lord Bifhcp of St. David's. Her Grace the Dutchess of Portland is far advancM in her Pregnancy. Mi&Gibfon, Daughter to the Lord Bilhop of London, who has been dangcroufly ill of the Small-Pox, is in a fine way of Recovery. - We bear that Mr. Gabriel Tompkins is made-a Surveyor of the Riding Officers on tbe Coafl of Kent, in the room of Mr. Henry Wooden, of Dsrttord, who has refign'd. ; Tomorrow comes on at Cambridge, the Choice of a Library-Keeper for that Univerfiiy, vacant by the late Election of Mr. Taylor to the Place of Regifler. The Candidates are, the Rev. Mr. Fame, Fellow of Trinity-Collegc, ~the Rev. Mr. Chapman, Fellow of KingVCeUege, and the Rev. Mr, Law, Fellow of Chrift's-College. On Friday Evening the Commii&oners appointed under the Great Seal for taking a Survey of all the Officers, Clerk* and Mimflers belonging to tbe Court of Chancery, and enquiring into iheir Fees, &c. met at their Houfe in Arundel-llreet \ and the Sheriff of Middlesex, purfuant to a Precept directed to him by the Cominifliooers, having retum'd a thud Jury of very eminent Attorneys and SoJJiators of the Court ot Chancery, they were accorJiogly fwom, and Sir John Gunfon, being the firii Commiffioner named in the Conimiiiion, gave them an excellent and learned Charge, and recommended to their Enquiry the thirteen following Offices : 1. The Purfe Bearer. 2. The Lord Chancellor's prmcipal Secretary. 3. The Secretary of the Prrfcnttuous. 4. 1 he Clerk ot the Prefentatkms. 5. i't�c Secretary of the Commifiitms. 6. The Secretary of the Lurnacks. 7. The Cltrk ot the Cuftody of Ideots and LoMtkks. 8 Seaetary of the Commtiionsof Bankruptcy. 9. C!:ikof lis laioUmmts in Binkruptcy. 10. Office of the Execution of the Lsws and Suuute> concerning Bankrupts. 11. and B A NX ,1 V r T S. . Adam Ewart, late of Artrlnchiia^ atdttCbanty ofCkatlrh.; Chapman. .... '�. Smv Francis RoiTet, of Getman-ftrarl* draper, and Haberdafher of Small Wit*. Thomas GofFe, of Piccadilly, near Hydt-Park Qwer.:M| the Coumy of MkMlefex, Blackfahh. - ^ Saturday Bank Stock was 150. India 148 1 Mf, m > Opening. South-Sea Trading ttodt 8| 1 UC OU Amk$ tie* 105 x 8tbs, a t half. Ditto Naw AawaMei tdj  mm for the Opening.   Three per Otnt. AMMky 94 l.lu- MilUon Bank 107.  African xcv Yotk-�a9Ai|i^ym^mL Aflurance 98 1 half.  London Affittant* ia i 4^ >*��jl Bank CSrcuUtion 5I. Prem, South-Sea Boada jl.      .fltmmM fadia ditto 4I. Prem. Three per Cent dStter al os� fttt^lf| Bngltih Copper 2l. WeMi dtojp Book� Btat. Sak TdBm^ at 4th per Cent. Prem. i| , York-Baildings-Houfc, Dec. 17, 17^4.'"?^ 'JT'ti � Govennpr and Court / jfffiantt tf\ x th r�k-BmiI4i^Cmfam it tmfyfk* ttttkt, fJaraV ^Mrttrfy Gtnrral Cimrt tf tbt jatd Cmfaaf mtU it iall;'. at /rVtV Htm/t in ttltKhjiirJIHtti mlStrnJap ssrxt, liv a^a|| l*jiii*t, at Eftvea a'CJWI m th F�mm, f�Jatm j� |Mp^ Bjt-Lmvt, and oh Special Affairs. From the Hofpit.il near Hyde-Park Corocn � -Dcoctaber it, ----JtfOTlCE is hereby given* tbot * *r Cds, HAMLfiT, with the Cua-MiCAb Covxr�ar�fr�. By tbe Company of French Comedbm* AT the New Theatre in the Hay-Market. ihU n�r, beiri the ajj of December,     be (Kisaptcit  Ca> meJy. tatl'd _ I Le  MALADE  IMAG1NAIRE: ^ The  Moth e r - i m -�*w, Arfante, Mr, Deil.fltrii Cteanihrt, Mr. Lraaat- )�n. Mnlt, MaW Vcroeuil j UiaDirut, tea. Mr. DvbwUjO;' lt�, rjMt'jitn*. Mff, UCl Sane, leu. Wr rl re; Aatoiccii*,Mn. Ic S*g*.aw, ioaat Mift Maher. All the otbei Varu i* tba belt aavaalafr. To which will to aiiari,      _r ARLEOJJIN POLY par L'AM OUR. With levcral Entertainmcnu of Dancing. Plat?� 'or the Buss* may be nkta at Mr. Fritawrg't, * ,muu(l iotu theavvtawkbmU; Tkaats, wtaVi wiaV-^ be r, >( beiag t>>� Ceoti* of th* t>iua (ft 14on*latt) wbeie Aiieadanca �>ciy Uay it givta f�o�t Niac nil T�ol *4 aw Perfoos who thiwk ihcuifel�o a^f'tevd. ar� atfii�4 to be fpacOr im GijpioH ibe time, that it may be ready 10 fie pntcotca' at IB* ataanag o� the Parliamenr. - LOST on Friday laft the 20th Infant, in the City, fuppos'd c*ir -Ic R>�a! Sit' iff*^,*f4aia�aM*Sdtct *atch( ibe mjIui'i N*ik� i.'^i- ���* haatjona cba fii^aial will brt"i$ ic 10 n c Bir ot it* Ho!I�Cttfce^-ooft 10 Chaaury-tioai ma tt Mr. Jubopjiw, lro.,itwi  "o-(trctt, (h�ll t�.*i*c a  lic lame h���rJ. .X,**; For    BATH, S. Vf m*r mm. - --** jt AGlafs Coach and fix Horfes fcts out frital ilatk Rtai m riKadity, m AaJsuM*; ot TU>,{ j� oa�v If Wham Duel,   

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