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   London Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - December 30, 1834, London, Middlesex                                The baily Advertfe. M O N-D AY,  DtcsMBtR 3b,  1734. Tejierday arriv'd a Mali frcm HzHanJ. � JJJhn, December S. IH E King baring arcsd an rxaftAccesatft to be uken cf all tbelni^carticruut Kingdom: it appearsfrom tie Nember gt*ro jo, tfca by ukiag c*ly every tenth Man of thok fit to bear Anns a Ecdjr of 3coco Mxlsn may be e-�ti'.y let cn tcoc- The Kncw5e�jge wfcch the Prince Dm hcua^el hi? acq.u'd daring b� RcfidcEce in Foreign Countries, terms to ictjt cca�dcrahie to its Mijefi}, that he is minded to uke Advantage by tis Expe-ntner aud ce* rcodcl the Order of tfcn Gwaaag, as tie Prince (hilt ifccltte' any Improvements: * I� iasi, that tbc tutt Step will be to form a Coanol of War. afcer Use- Naatrc of thatft the Coart of Viewa. Barca Wafntr.is Uirfy anrr'd hoe, with a new Comoidlba 6od the Emperor. Biion d*Al-terf, the other of die Imperial MtstSers. bad jprirareAu-dieoce of the rung a few Days ago. to dellnrcr a Loser 10 ba f�neuy from tbc Emperor, and one a&b from Ccsm Konig-(m, which he had receiVd tbe feme Day by a Courier froas tt$t: 1 hey give oat at Court, that these Lcccrs cocuia Mar^ - ten of gitaflnipoi^iSr^aiagEia^ wlasaai Uk Hni~ a&ooof the Affairs of this Crown at the Court of Rome, his fetch/ diipatch'd hither a Cocricr, win Airier, that thr Popr, js order ro come to an Agrecmecz wen ha Majeay, isc^fos'd SO grant him the Privilege cf naming to a OatdmaTs Cap inibe time manner as Jo the Coons cf Vienna, Paris and Madrji: Ho Hdinrts will oonfent Iikewife-, t^at the yoacged ot the Infants fucceeil 10 the Paniarchase of Li&oo, sad that the Soc-teficn become Hereditary to tbeyosegeft Erctberscs tbeHoefe cf Portugal i bat in relation to what his Majefly requires of the Dignity of Cardinal being perpetually xttachVl to teat of Pa-' triarcb, the Court ct Rome coche-jcs mflrrMe. and will hazard ay thing rather than grass ir, became the Emperor, and the Jjngs ot France and Spain, wocH an&t on the like for the ArcBDifhopsol Vienna. Paib and Madrid. Pttttjburg, Dec. 11. A Ccnrier is axriVd here from Prxna, *itb Auvice, that Ttanus Kculi-Kaa has nude hbafcSf Maacr bf the large Province ot Georgia, and lusdcJcated a Corps ot fiocoTuikifent tDoppofe his Prcgtrts- Werfav, Dtttmhr \6. The Prince Rigkuumj Wicfc ncwir&y, with the Palarinof Trok, arrived bete laft Night. TbeBilhop of ?kfk waia at Pokacak tor M. Poniaemfii and  n�{cj)�UAicd frcm the Army. A Pcrfca it joft arrirel here ' Bom hi- PoKiico*fti, toactfotnc thcCeald fcpor�n��g 1 lot the Btlhcp ot Pkjk deUres to be exedfed for the pretest, his lands having f^ffcr'd lb much, that he is cot abBe to tapport theExpriKc ot living at Waraw; bowcrer, if tbe King had ~Bu$aets lor hiai, and order'd hb AusnduKr, fcc Mold never-. 'ihtltuobey. Finma, Die. zz.  The Caud of St German. lateAdjacut ^jeoeral co the young Prince ot barer, isanre'd here wsth the fHetrt and tail WiU at that Prince, asd has debWd both the nee and the other to Prince Ecgece. The Aclicfc. Chancery aitdHpaicU'ticucularLetters to tie VT^^^VmoaB, to � the PreJaces and Aboocs of the Empire, so pertaade them to . Stake a free Gift to tbe Emperor, in Propottxn to their rc-�f ' '^efitve Rerecues. ~ Ratijoox, Dit. 27.  Great Di&coSaa baring arisen with irluion to cca'crrmg the Posi of Mailer of tte Ordnance of IfeeEmpirc on any one of the CafuWafrs m Prep&cc of the Id, Prince Muosulzan cf Hele Cafisl. the Dakr of Saxe--WoflbaWIs and Prince Ftrditand of Bararia, will be-all three ' oeated equaily MaOers of the Oirlmnrr Du/, Dtc-miiT zi Wind West The osnrxrd boend Wtuch Ciira arc put back Arth'd, Ark, Bsmxigba, tram BarWoct; � ., T.-ivd, from \ iigitia ; htmt, tiooi Philadelphia. JL M N DON. �"Tfciv write from Afcdod, tfcit a newTraa^cn of Troops hating b�c� propo^rd ia c& C^xhouck hlajeSy � C0cn.1l, to be feac to Itily t.er cxt^ Sflrsc oi Doa Gula*, a gteat Can^kanoa %u u.-ii;upco held, rhe Rr^lt cf wijee �-ai. That c cooid no: he by any mkans pre per ro firip Spain aipscttci of met Troops, me r.cmixr ^rcady tent to Inly bdsg'sBorc than-.feme Vears  'e hta; tr a; jsis Exc<-k=cy tlx: Spj=i�h Asba�kdor hasle-Ctived Jaltr_diut� lioo tii Lixn, :opcpcir a 1 rtaiy d Ccua-tnero" beiu acd the Empeicr, sai feuaftcrcudi im^j-it;'d"". wrb�r*jii:g llc Concrcb c* **. and w^o harisg tuJ 4.   Jo;-tone to etci,-.-, ic�ded tome tii^c in Ei^glaod. xad fro icBi� tepiued 10 Mt�jjinr?, in cri,-r :o mask up tic Alcejrii ?r jjics ta foaur Acti c.' tIodiL:y a^a^f fcii Catfeikk Majriiy. ij ftrdarkn�:h ca Tectae, wearreLrii btsai^s^ caait-'J 1 hoxt Pahc-. or order to ipcsJ tie rauciiiii ci z_i Di/t a^ fe^r.c of hit ovtc l�jb n. 5naJadeurrir^\i,widfcrrba^ a�iae Ji!�rk.__� Ag-. .it>J he denuuL, tu cuaaLc iXt :.e�^ ^ " the A-ch^^.^.^ d '4^^ ia,^ he � s>3 pr^cuied, arj g      e�   . .J. tn^e�^i iZ'j--c ctiDi- plying: And that bis Holinefi having thrown off all Pretext of Religion, and the Honour of the Church, is come to the Point, and want* to know what his Guhotick Majtily iotends to give hitn for fo valuable ah Indulgence. We hear, that the Treaty of Commerce which hu been tome Time negociating between this Court and that of Peteri-bzrg, is at latl concluded, to the groat Advantage of the Trade of t.iis Kingdom. . Letters from Vienna mention, that there is great Talk there of an approaching Accommodation : That Count Konigfegg's Dctlgn opoo GuaftaUa being frullrated, the Campain was Rck&n'dat an End, and that General cxpecTcd thortly at Vi-rcra: That the new Pkn for fettling the l"eace of Europe was arhrVl there, and that it was generally (aid it would give mutual Satufa&ion to all Parties. Tbc Apprehen&om of. an Invafion from the Turks in intire* ly Uoaii over, the Aimbauadoniof the Klartitne Powers at ConSantinople having procured a farther Declaration from the Grand Signior, that ne will not interfere, in the Affairs of Poland s and an Aga is adually on the Road to Vienna, to allure tbe Emperor of the Refolution of the Porte to maintain the Peace with all Chrillian Powers. The Plague rages again at Conilantinople, and carries off ieveral hundred every Day. Our Lrtrrrsfrom the Rhine adyifc, that Men Are at Work in makingnew .Lino for the Defence of Mem, and Aat a Camp upon tbe Borders ol fJohenua, cohliking"of 1 zooo Impciialiuss and as many Saxons, in order to hinder the Detigns of France, in ca&ahefliouid attempt to penetrate into that Kingdom, or the Electorate of Saxony. 4 lis (aid, that the Emperor has appointed an Ambaflador to repair id the Court of Berlin, to follicit a Number of Troops tumciew for that Service. His Praman Majefiy it to well recover'd, that-having, together with hit PayficiarA, contriv'd a Vehick' like a Chair to go^aboad in, he has been to take the Air, and rcceiv'd great We learn from Italy, that the Prince of Hilbourghaufen has made an Irruption into the Cremoneze with a Party of Troop;, and bad the good Fortune to bring off* two Boats'tuli of Ptovt-iron, which in the prefent Situation of the JmperislilU is a Booty worth hisLahour ; that the Queen of Sardinia was much -betters that the King continu'd dill at Cremona j thataDi-llcmper reigtfd at Turin, which carried off abundance of People rand that hb Sardinian Majeity confided the whole Care of his Finances to tbcSicur Petit, a Frenchman. ' Letters from Wariaw take Notice of a very popular Aft lately done by King Anguflui: It feems, the great freafurf r of the Crown, Count OQaliuky, (who was one of thePolim Lords taken in Datuzick) notwithiUndi&g his Submifiion and the Oath he took to that Prince, withdrew a ftiort time ago to King Staniflaus, and ordcr'd his Effects to be privately font after him by Sea; thefeconfiftcd of 120 Cheftsof Plate, Money and Jewels, and were put on board a Ship at Danuick bound to, Kcmgfiwrg. but Ihe was unhappily call away upon the Coalls of Poland, io that the Count's Trcafure fell into the Hands' of ine "Ruflians, and proper Notice of Jt was jmmed/ately lent to the Court of Wardw; but Jus Majefty refus'd to'touch a Far-ubn^of the Prise, and-ordct'd the whole tobe divided umongll the Troops. - ^ . YcEeraay being the firC Sunday in Chriftmas, itw" oT"* vedaiSt. Jamrti as a high Feftfral j the Knights of thc ^*r-ter, Thinleand Bath, appeat'd in the Collars of theirlefpecttve Order*; their Majeflics, the Prince of Wales, and ih* i'tm,f\ tcs Amelia and Caroline, went to the Royal Chapel, preceded by tbc Heralds and Purfuivants at Arms, and attended by a great Cor.courfc of JNobdky and Gentry,-sndheaid a ieio>on preach*J by thc Rev. Dr. Clark j the Right Hon. the Earl of Orkney carried tbe Sword of State. Thc tunc Day tbcir-MajeAies, the Prince of Wales and the Princcflb dined in publick.    On Friday Lull h Gentleman arriv'd here with a Character from his Highnefs Prince Frederick ot Heffe Cafl'cl, with _DeCgn. as 'its (aid, to pr'opofe a Marriage between Princo Wilham his Son and oae ol the PrinccflTcs. On Saturday his Excellency Count Philip Kinflti, his Imperial MajeSy's Ambafladpr to this Court, waited on his Majetty at St. James's, and delivered his Letters of Revocation 1 and feme time next Month, his Excellency, with his Lady and Family, will fet out on their Return to Germany.   '    | The Affairs of his Imperial Majeity are left to Count Jofeph Kidki, Brother to Count Philip, who the lame Day deiivcr'd to his Mayfly his Lcueriof Credence. I Ml Night the Lady of the Hon. Henry Pclham, Efcjs P=yraif;cr General of his Majelly's Land l''orces, and Brother ta his Grace the Duke of Ncwcaftle, lay very ill at his Houfc at VVhuehall, and was hourly expected 10 be brought to bed. The Lady Dowager Oxendrn lies dangeroufly ill at bir Houfc in Red-Lion Iquare, on which account an F.xprefs has been few to the-Right Hon. the Earl of Malton at Wtntworth in Yoikihire, who is expected in Town on Wcdnriuay oexi. The Right Hon. the Lady Southwell, one of the Ladies of the liedchamber to her Royal Highncfs the Priuo fs of Orange, +1} was kit dangeroufly ill at Calais, being pcr/cctly recover-d, ft: out bii Week (roin thence, to follow her Royal Highncfs ta tlr Hague. HuM-jj-ity has been pleafd to ifliie his Conge d'Elire to the P�n and Chapter of tiic C'arlicJrttl Church ot Glouceiter, for f-cctjug Martin Brtifon, Doctor in Divinity, tobeBimopof that See, vci-i by the Dtaih ol Doctor Elias SydalJ, Jate BiJhop tLereof.    ' Hi: Majefiy has alfo been pleafcd to ifluc his Conge d'Elire to the Deaa and Copter of linilol, for elccling Thomas Seeker, Doflw La-.vs, to be BiOaop of that See, vokfby theTraiiila-uca di thc Right Reverend father iu God Doctor Charles Ctc:!, jo the Uifiiuprickof Bangor. TU* '->-) John Butler, Janes Cafey, Aaron J^itchard and A-.nb.-^.r H urnuii, are to be executed at Tyburn ; and To-u.^now t!.c Soldier i> to be executed in the Strand. Yeftetxby t>ie Right Hon. the Earl of Stair, tkeW^ffBsv � the Lord Elphingtlone. and ferml other Scotch tan, antvw in Totvn from Edinburgh. ' " Thi Right Hon. the Earl of Ltktftcr, GoatWfc oTAtte Tower, is very ill of the Gout at his Seat at VoAukMiy Kent.   '       .  " = On WednesHay Night ijuVaboat a cparter Hnt tea, Mr. " Seedo, Organirtbf St. Mitun'., (theFrench Chmch mChavM nonftrcet, coming from thence, waa attack'd by fm,mm:. drt&M like Sailors near Doctors Commons, oae el bowl cjapx his Hand on Mr. Seedo* Mouth, and �opt his Speech fcf tit time 1 the other took him by the Throat, lore dew* hj�Shirt and Stock, while the other two tort and rifled haPockctt. awt robb'd him of 5 I ics. in Money, m Bratsheaded Chattalai its. and a Pair of Glove* t then went awaywkhoac ftjriaf a Won), but only finging the Black Joke. Afott taey paw gone Mr. Seedo calVd out Watch; Thterca, ftc ba}alraa putpofe, nobody caring to afliftiaftarch though Mr. Seedo gave an account *of him might be further heard of.  This Evening will be Perform'^, At the FniNCH T�ts*Ta� in the HAT-Maaxar. INES DE CASTRO, &c At the Th � at a 1 Rovat ia D*trir-L*�i, HENRY IV. with CotouBiKi CowhTitaw. At the Th IATH.B Kovat in CovawT - Ga*0is, The DOUBLE GALANT, with the fU rial Paosiartsa. . At the New Tkiatrb ih GooowAH*a-Fni�at, OEDIPUS, with the Chtmical CouHT�a?��t�. B A N K R U P T S. Richard Calborne, of Soham in the County of L Grocer, Tallow-Chandler, Farmer and Chapman. John Swinden,. of the Parilh ef St. Savkur'a Soialnastk ia the County of Surryt Brewer, High Water at London-Bridge thi* Day, at 3 �. afteryin the Morning, and 2 a alter 3 in the Afttaaooa. Saturday Bank Stock waa 139.   India 149, for d*C|laV ing.  South-Sea Trading 'Stock 83 t half, tor thcOfl ' Old. Annuties to; t.half.   Ditn .1^^ Aaaaaaa � . Boynl Affurance 98 1 half. London AlTuraace ta * 41a, laiaV' Banlt Circulation 5I, Prem. South-Sea Boada )!. 16a.vMw*4 India ditto 4I. a i�. Prem. Three per Cent:Vlino iLjjfcl Prem.  Englilh Cc^oet iL WcMa 4wo Book* mat aalt' Tallies a 1 4th per Cent. Piam. AT the- KING's THEATRE m cbe n MaV-Mnkcr, Toasorr** the 3lit tt' PMWhr, Witt ' formM an OpbKA7 ���'* mm- _    " .   A  R  T  A  X  E  R S E S. rit and B�in to he pB vtA^eth�r, i�J no tatu& to a* wjllmut Ttikcta, bi(3 will bs e^ilm'd'that IM^ ML ia ede H i<*cat�4 � aeiy in C��       s^J'd  INES   dc   CASTR O ;   :~1 Royal Jostici, J'       Writttn by tbi laU Mr, Hotwait de la MottC ~ DonPtdro, P�io*e of Koriu�al. Mr. f taacityer-A�a*efoi^�har|i^ rortugsl, Mr."Verocu!l j Pvu Rodriqut*, Mr. tefaee. jp*.      ijSri^$ qui*, Mr. Vubuilftti-, the fimh*0<  CofUntif, ��. Mslwrj, lc**4*Cibtm>       "iTSLi. tod �li the oif'er P�r.� w ihe belt Adtafiaaj, * T� *hUli will be atidcTTa Ccowdy in tint*aft,, caB*4 La Fillc Capicaine & ArJcquin Son Surgeuc  o V, La Fille Savantc : .......' o a. - Tbc Woman Captain and Harlequin Strjesnt i the Pbibfopbical L&df.^ With th* Sunt of Le Profe&enx tfAcnogr. te ProfclU.n by H�fle�iu!a ogmatV'd; the       n nptaa. Cccliuy , (he Seijcan. bf liajrlroairi; CulemhWihcrhdBtaftoui Mi,. F.a.tilqus i Toriitlun, Vsr. PcfTflar,; f *� k. Cki, MX.' buill'jn i (tfXitc, Mr. tc sage, tea. SurMaoMB, Mr.CMbef j Mi. Malt". With feyeral Enterttinmenta of pan culirly (he lalt atm Dints  'ii Tee Fro&fc, bw � hit Direrfi'ia tad Mitt OMt*�mMg. And  Tambourine If Mil* CbswaOMilfc Pisces for thc Born m�y be taken at Mr. JMboerg**. Kappee-Muff, �t ihcfaid Ihtarr*. No vtt(ooi to be emitted buo tbtWttnmnbmtlUktu^AtmX' be rfeliver'd *t the Mr of ibe Theatre at 4>. neb. Pi, jX <*a� ii* No I'trfin iu bca. . To ttgtm at Sin e'CUti. On WtdtuJJay utxt wiJljit frtf .ii>onrtr*uoiij of and *ur(*rf, will'. � h tbe aa�ptiiio�au� a. aaf| gcooi lull TiHDjtiow, A jKtlt* ana Thurfc�T m lo�ii>� Day. prccilcljf at SiS ia mc b�cu_#> Jtettigmasu *5 ibl$ Paper of a moderate Length are taktn in at Tw Sbilhigt each.   

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