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London Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - December 26, 1834, London, Middlesex THURSDAY, Dicimit 26., 1734. Svii1 ^ arriv'd tbe Mails due from France* jplW Flanders. �'� tBg but the Plcafure of feeing him. xx >#rtia*r, Dec. 20. The Detachment of Imperial Troops pttVd the Po upon the Bridge of Sacheto, was (boo fbl-by a Body of 6000 Foot and 10000 Horie, part of cro&'d over upon the fame Bridge, and the reft upon Which had been built between Borgoforte and Monte-ftis. Count Konigfegg was at the head ot thefc Troops, and fiii Infantry to advance to Luzara, the Horfe to Novel-bind Carpi, A great Number of Boats loaded with Cannon, llmWand other warlike Stores, were lent at the fame time i|bW Po. As foon as Count Konigfegg had pafs d this River JBI a^ovt-raention'd, the Prince of Saxc-HilbagtWen, wbo-| y| ft�wu)dtd the Imperial Troops .that rcmain'd on the other beg�t� his March with 1 zoo Foot and 400 Huflars; and having fcot to General Wallis, who was at St. Michael .tieQglio, to advance to Sabsonetta, to be at band to give ^Xmmr, hecrcdVd the Po at Viadana upon flying Bridges, jgttmtopoffefthimfdf of Berccilo. wiihdefign to cut off Ajptaookation of the Allies between Parma and Guaftalla. lonVlfiroglio, Who had been fent on the other fide the Po tilt King of Sardinia and Marfhal Coigoy, and in order to atbmtr able 10 oppofe any Attempts of the Enemy, was cM to Guailalla with the Troops under his Command, itfemt'd on the 11 th in the Evening of thefc Motions of aperialifls, march'd immediately to diflodge them from M at Bcrccllo; but the Prince of Hilbcignao&n being �iTdVof his Approach, repak'd the Po in all natfe upon his [Bridges and in Boats. in Step of Marfhal Broglio, and the Difpofition he had ! of the Troops on the other fide the Po, quite diftooccrted ' Konigfegg's Projcft, which feem'd to cooGllin throwing ifccrols that River between Viadana aaoVBerccllo, in order Troops to have pali'd over which remain'd on the other .... . and to lay a iecond over the Oglid, to have oprn'd a l&Bttjpcatbn with the. Corps which tie had at Luzara, No ^Amaru Carpi; accordingly on the 15 th, Count Konigfegg, Raping withdrawn his Cavalry from Novellara, decarnp'd WlLrxura, and retreated to his bridge at Monteguna, where KOu'd a part ot his Men to repaii "tne Po. The Dftachrnrnt St had at Carpi, confiding of goo Foot and 3000 Horfe, Joitted that Poll, divided into j,wo Parties, one whereof Rout of Sabioncelio, \vhih\ the ocrier march'd towards Jsfofto .amTFinal. Marlhal Broglio is*itill at GuaiUUa, f��the Enemy are rctir'd, has canion'd one part of bis u\ the Trenches of GiullalU, and another to thofe at That it wa* umtuVd they wosM make an Attempt higher a-* the Ogiio, or apoa the Adda, bac that toe Generals of the Allies hatf taken sMron aFP�^ then, let then appear where they wodd : Thar tea Hatfshnns of the Troops ex-peeled from France, were armed at Parma 1 and that 4000 of the Imperial&s at lead were Skk, and many died every Day. Deal, Dir. 24. The ontsrani-booad formerly mentioned Mill remain in the Downs, to tae Number of 56. Wind S S.W. I, O K D O N___ Letters from Vienna fay, that a new Alliance b on foot between the Empacr and tne Czarina, and that great Pmrns at? taken to invite the King of Great Britain to accede to it, as likewife the Courts of Sweden and Dcmark. A Difcoray has been made of a Plot fora'dagisnft the Life of the Emperor, and. ievenl People have been taken op on Sufpicioo of harioghada hand in it, particalafhr'aa Italian and a Hm^trian, who were famd wch ttmUrxitik Sums of, Money cpoo them, which k seems at Vienna is reckon'd a, very fidpicioas Circrrmlrance so GctstknMSiofthnfc CV-trie 1. We learn from ItasV, that *he Ia^xriali& esrped a new Rrinfctcemenr of nine' Regiments from Germany; that their Army will then cobM of 43006 Men ; that the Allies are at prefent 45000, befkks the Soccours daily expeclcd: That the Qaeco oi Sxniinia is much better, and that the French Company of Urjdertaken whijh have the Care of his Majelly's Revenues, are aboat to fet up a Manghflnre of doth at Turin, for clowning the Troops. _ &>o>e Letters rnentioa, that the Spanifh Forces which are .marching to Lombardy, ar�defiga*d only tnjpani die Dutchies of Parma and Phcrnria;. and are act to join tne Allied Armies,' unlcfc upon tne imrscft Extremity'� j- and that even upon foch an Occa�ontbey are�luepthenafelTes, ifpadabie, asa firparate Body, and receive no Orders bat fiom taerr own General the D^^oflMosacniar. u They write frons-SlbrJrJbolds, that Baron Sparr. hu Swea'ilk Majelly's Miniftrr at that Court, is order*d to regulate his Affairs in fbch a aaaa&rr, that he imay a&M at the expeclcd Cocgrefs on the part of rJbe Crowni of Sweden. , TheSJkhne^AMsjinluqtn^r^ the Rhine. Forage is so tcaros ihere, that two Trains of Hay ferve four Hortes four Dap. A Confpiracy has been formed at Coriflantinople for depo-, fing the Gracd Sigoiar, bur bring diisorcfd the Night belore the Infurreclksn was id hare been made, the Grand Vizir took off the Heads of abcat So of the Ringleaders, and diftriburing 600 Purfes aracsgil the Resuinicr, the Facuon was inurely ncr of the Dunkirk, and Mr.
.La n k, CATO, with CoLoMniNB CowarrzAS. ' - At the Thbatkb Roy At in Covbut > Card t m�\ RICHARD III. with the N^croMancsr. ^At~the NiW Thsata* in GoonMAN's-Fittos� The FOND HUSBAND, with � the Chymtcafc Ct>wH-TtarBtTs. _ - ' . High Water at. London-Bridge this Day� at 30 MtnutCi; *ftcr 11, in the Morning. , l ^ ' f �' Yeftenhy Bank Shxk] was 139. India 149, for the Oeetr < ing. South SeaTradbg Stock 8j t half, tor the Opening*v Old Annuties 105 J 8thi. Ditto .N�w Annukie* tOO� tor the Openings Three per Cent. Annuity 94 t jMf* Million Bank 1 or. African so. York-BuUdings4. Royal: Aflurance 98 t half. London Affurance ia 1 4th. New Bank Citculaaon 5I. Prem. South-Sea Bonds 3!, 16s. Prem. India ditto 4I. a |t e.�t!y w begin ti.eir March mMille of Mat.n.-xti and wc hear tlie tame Reqoelt 0 iriaae to all tne other Powers who fcr.d Auxiliary to the Rhine. "TheHenc-. I'roops bteiy rcturu'dTrein are to comiinie at Copen;�ga^n all V\ inter, and have Pufca .affign'd for tiitir A ���> r.:iioj;i�of�. Letters from ohnfay, that the Cz.ifiiuY\uib.4i^ioi u crdei'd to return sfoon ai tt.e Di-.t is brolu- up ; but 'tit brlfcv'd be will to the Swtdifh Couit atu-t h'eVs mace a P.rpcu of tis ,'uiions, and rcceiv'J new Iniliuwlicn-. lio u. fwt'd, moieavcr, tint his Sw Uiih M.jru/ 1 flpOt a Succour of Sooo Mi.j. '.� c Live A; JJfJ. tbat the Czariiu is :r.; w.l\s iik:h'j Ttwty Uuiy condud.-d uei.vtt.n S-1 TeriV. Dec 31. Uu. h.i �Mttlielmperialiils w j.-. jJrjible Party '.J ir.c.Tigood ..v'::: _t th.Off.-rs � . to gil- 'J ::_.is Sv.cvi.n, - !i-.:.:;t. . ..I i:.z V..h-..ice frcai iVxrl-to Az-se6i ty tzc tn ar:^: Uurur.^rk. ixtter* iV-iiiJurdy z.i.l\i. then |o:l- ,'b-;: t.'i :i lie. *��� thought impolliulw' lor them u fu'ifin t;..-c -12/ efierday Morning died at hh Hoofe in St. Jamts's Place, the Right Hon. Hsarv Ne�"port E�ri of Bsadiord, Vifccunt Newport, and Barcn Newport of ErcaO, bard Lieutenant and 'Coftqs Rotmorom of the County *f Sakp, as aUn Cutlet Row-lorum tor the County of Moi^aotery. He was defoendad from John de Newport, aPerftnof Note in the Reign of King Edward I. and his Lordflup*s Ancedors have fjemmPofienuaof their Seat and Eftate at High-Ercall in the County of Salop from the case of Harry V. . His Great Gnssdfcther, Sir Richard Newport, for his Loyalty to King Charles I. waj, -in the i8ih Year of that Priiice'si Rejgn,,_^nfad'4_M.U�,.PJBW-..^*..;8i!'oa. of the * Realm. His Grandiather was made a Vifeonnt by Charles II. . and was fkxefihreiy Comptrolkr, Trcaforrr of the Houfbold, Coffirrer,-and of teePrivy Coaod! to that Prince; and being likewife in great Farcar wkh-Juog William HI. he was by him created Earl of Bradford, fits Lordlhrp's Father was of the Privy Coiadl to Qawa Acne and hh late MajeJly, as alio Lord Lieutenant and CoSos Raukaum of the County of Salop, and Cuftos Rotukran'of the Comrty of Moorgomcry t and married Mary Daughter to Sir Thooaas Wilfaraham, of Wood-: hey in Chcfhirc, and Suler- to the Coamefi Dowager of Dyurc. . Tbe lire Lord died a Bztcarbr. and is focseeded by his Brother Rkiurd, cow Earl ot Bradiortl; Hi* Lord (hip had three Sillers, the pttSree Ccuaifis of Moontrarh. tbe Lady Betty Cocks of WorceSer, aad Cc LaJy Anoc Bridgman. The Rtghr Hon. ihr J^iy TtariEgtoa, Aunt to the late and prefent Earl of Eradiord, lirs ai Hit Point of Death at JSaUlk ________ On WedcdSay IM o*�dat Dosbriib near Edinburgh, the Right Hon. Anne Ce*na�%f Murray, u the 76th Year of her Age. She was e&M Dangfcser to Atchitold Earl of Argyll, and Aunt to his Grace the jsne&xa Dskc; and married, fjnt to Ricbari Earl of Liiaitiiile, atd prxi to Charles Earl of Alor-ray. She was a Laiy of cxx^SectQualities; her exemplary Pjsy> let torttant jLpve to|a^kir, tbeoft/id Chariiici fhe laid out ih h�TiS-timeV'"li�-J5�^ adranse the Hoooor and HtjpjtiA cf ti�at noble Family, to which fhf w3s to g'ca: a Bhem^g and fo jrea an Ornament, v.cic puis of her aeritble CaariCtrT utnjiy of laiiistion, and vttll todsxt her Meauxy to tcCtniy. Velicrdsy kii Gr-cr the D^ke or Ariel carried the Sword of Sute w Cr-jpe! hefox tie Kisg. tbe Rev. Dr. Gilbert preacii'4, and the Lord Bifhc-p of Durtoci sdau&i^cr'd the Hoiy Saaa-raent to ti* ctcyai txm:]y. 't'fee Rev. Dr. Gtifgt prfsch'd brfiire the Duke and the yojr.g Priaorflo in Lu Re/^I 1 f igtnei"* Apartment. Y�uierday Morning Mr. D---. hve Vakt dc Chamber to a certain coble Lord near ycLj itjiarc. who is Ltid to iiavc went awiy cn Snerday hii wiin ki-. i^otdlhip's Nictc, a young Lady in her Mlcofiiy, 2aJ Coirirei* to a very large filiate, W4! uk--n in Bed at a Hajse in King �rect near Guihlhall, and imaucli el� c^rtii-d 10 tie P�*.it�y-Ctrafter. In the Alur-ixn tx w� rxter-io'J hriorr i>e R^^-t Hua. the Lord Mayor, sr. i afi;:w;rdi ie poCo Cautat it a rr7,'r oo: blue riur.icc Go-n latcd uuj roUd wi(b . red ShSKK.ecn tZ.%Mt * = blosStilc^i oncquihcd Peuis^i'ui d.ltid silk wiTbW 2* C1..H.I, ��c ot them buck ,, p.i, ,>f Mw* 9uiM-' (i.e l>..per fJiPkm�J live llukk^bjck N^uJij,,.; reVer.l *hi�.^L.. ihilis, Womeiis tieudtlaiih;, and lrve:al oilier Cloaih, tJutl iuulWir.�i .wo Me�, H.U. one of tlnos feawr: one nmp J.*^t M;o� StJ-.i t�. S�ck� rnnk'd A. S. < t W. S. , c bj�k Ma� t i*iiJ tibt, Ml�er fa.f'd benve.-o bor bind Lt$t, |Vll p''.; .w.".h *odabooi 14 Hinds �"d lull h'8li 1 one $ (itl f - * Hiudi �oda balr high, h�ib jii Piui, and ct liutiocks. whotter |.i�r� tmelligeote of fi>ci� in c*r 1I10 lUy M�(4e, L, iteBcji. a
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