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London Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - April 8, 1834, London, Middlesex ThcTMy "ww MONDAY, Atmti. > *f$4- w 'taft~nrrigit-d-tbc-Mmls from France and Holland. ' Jtfodridi Marsh 23; U R Prepanfticraj tor War eticreafc as the Scafon advances� our Levies go oil with fnch Succefs, 'that tnoft ot the new rais'd Regiments are already coin-pleat : and our Letter* from the Naval Forts allure us, that we (halt foon have a t-krt of. thirty flout Ships Ttsdv to put to Sea. The King's. Application to Bullock is furprizing ; he was never known fa intent upon any Affair* as he "5 ww won thofc of Italy: He has fet his Heart upon reducing Na*kt vti Sicily for Don Carlos. Mr. Keen, the Britiih H^tm with the fefcaeKdtiriifterTa't'inho; his Excellency-is t^to dtftiejpuffi. luofelr by a particular Vigilance and Circurofpeclion in the ' neictt Conjuncture.  Xtnt, Mattb 26. Den Carlos ia advane'd to Frofinone, itKJlftTown of the Scdefiaftical Territory, and onthc^Day VI� Arrival there, receiv'd three Deputies from St. Gcrmano aad Mount Caffin, the two firfi in the Kingdom of Naples. ^frigates to found about the Neighbourhood of Gacra, to &Lj the Channel of that City, in order to make a Defcent itifdrer_______,------ riert. The Pope W promoted to the vacant Purple Signior AUobrandini, Governor of this Place, the Prelates l^ndiredrni :___attl Ctnci, and the General of the Order of the Scrvites. tmiholm, Manb 17. The praner Orders hare been iffued fcr haftening theF.tptipmcrit of the Fleet, as likewife for aflrm-b!^ a Body of 20000 Men to be ready to march at a Mo-wart Warning.. . Yitmta, March j r. ^Tne Count de MercJ having defir'd to Ttfjgn on account of ^lus diu^eroiu .Difpofoon cf Health, the Priate of Wirtembete is appointed to "he Command of the Imperil! Army in Italy, till 3 new General ia fait tluthex. A Sit of thofc Troop*' has crotVd the States of Bologna and pkna in their way to the Kingdom of Naples. They write ^._fiwltag!^_|batia_.T!'iraiii.oif 42 Pieces of heavy Cannon, together with 15000 Balls and 30 Waggon-Load of Powder, iilrt.out from thence for the Army on the Rhine; Prince^ Euaacwfll certainly repair thither in a few Days. ' Brejtmi, Afrit 1. 'Tis generally apprehended, that the Polifh Generals will lay hold of the Opportunity of the AWence of the Saxon Army to attack the City of Cracaw, no more than four Battalions being left in Garrifon therein. Frtm tbt Ruffian Camp before Dantx.Uk, April i. On the 39th alt we detach'd 2000 Men to attack a little lHand calTd �he Holm, tltuate under the Cannonof Dantzick, between the Vi9claand the Canal which goes from the Town to the Fort ef Wedbielmunde 2 the Attack was .begun with abundance of Vigour, but the Garrifon being retoftned with 600. Men, �e wtrtoblig'd.tq retire with fome Lots,' Ycllcrday we renew A the Attack withT fuch Succcfs, that we made ourielvcs Mailers ef the Ifland, � The Dantzickers have fiocc made two Sallies, inordertoreu!� it, but were repuls'd each time with Ld&. The'taking' this Ifland is of ft> much the greater Importance, as It cuts off in fane tneafure the Communication of the City with &s^a^^r!/ 8. Wjjeam from Treves, that between c and 6006 French enter'd that Town the 5th Intlant, and immediately demanded of the Inhabitants a Contribution of 100000 Rations ot Hay and Oats, befides great Quantities of Bread andother Provifions. One Body of French i& likewife in full March for Traerback with a Train of 30 Pieces of Can-~~.Kj^^B;�|i^r{o. j^y.^iega.to(hat-P4ac� ; whilir. another &xly of the fame Troops is. aflembling in the Neighbourhood of langen-Kaotlel, to be employ*d againfttheFortrefoof Rhein-leaver the Town of Coblentz, Places Kkewife fubjefl to the EleSor of Treves,, and which are to be immediately reinfore'd by the jOoSHeflians that the Emperor has taken into his Pay. The Graft of the French Army has croGs'd the Rhine, and is ... j4y*�^ Berwick is cxpeded (bon to follow. - farit, Abril i a 'Tis currently amrm'd, that the King in-. 1'te^Jbcray to join his Army on. the Rhine, and that the i wittthe Royal Family, will come hither in the mean time torefidein the Palace of the Louvre. His Majeily has "ttttivM a Letter from the King of Great-Britain, notify icg the Mtniagc of the Princefs Royal-with the Prince of Orange, and another from his Higbneis the Prince on the feme Occafion. The Quern b in the 9th Month of her Pregnancy. Mr. Du ..... f*^ Trouin is appointed Commodore of the flalticlc Squadron, �ad the Marquis de la Luzerne of that equipping farthc_Mcdt-fcrancan. P*�l. Atrild. Wind N. E. SaiW this Morning. King William, Sanders, for Eali-Iudia, with the other outwaid-bouadfihips; RemaliThis MajeRy's Ships arin our lait, with-tfae Royal Oak and Captam, who arriVd this Morning: Laft Njgfct came down fail'd thro, Polet Gorgon^ Lowther, for Jamaica. � 1 ^ LONDON. AnKmbargo has .been laid on all Ships in the Ports of France at W ferve as Tranfports of the Ftenth Troops to Dantzick. ' They writs irons the Hague, that his Excellency Mr. Hop. ' Eirray Extraordinary from their High Mightincfles the States General to this Court, and Colonel of a Regiment of Dutch Cavalry, has had the Government of the Town of Stecvcn. fweert conftrr'd upon him by their High MightinetTes in their it Aifembly. ' . '!ear tnat Advice is arriv'd in Tcwn, that the Palatin P!yk0v^' tbe CounC de ^:|r'g, alld tDC i,urol1 Lubelfiti, three Generals, having advane'd to Cracaw vvjih their reipec* ' C*y ^ a,tacfe*d that City, and earned ir, the Saxon i^f being oblig'd to futiendcr, and wwe great part of the* rnade PiMbncrs�of War. \ We learn Urn Berlin, that the Princefs Sophia, fourth "teghtcr.whUPruJhaH Majeily. and1 Niece to the King of * Vjrcat Britain, waseljpou.fcd.on Friday be'nnight lall at B.-rlin �^he 'Margralt of Swrdt, a German Pnncc of vrry large roSeulons. The Nuptials are not to be fokmniz'd tiUNOTcm-I Hcr Ilo> al Highnc& i. about 1Year, old. Lall Saturday his Majeily was pleafed to promote George tlq; firft Enfigo to the third Regiment ol Foot Guilds. ��W�i�d�d by the Right Hon. the Earl ot Dunmoa-, to be �J�uteram mithc.taid Regiment, in the Roam of the Hon. M-efltf, BfOUieJte the Earl of �ochs, who hasrdign'd. Yefterday the Right He*. Horttia Wdp# ** � for Holland to execute a CbtitfaiOatf tkerc of great ImpsruBce. IM Saturday the Earl of GololphiA lay Cok ran �t Newmarket agaiaA Mr* Paston's Gref Coh, aadlron the 300 Gufaeas. Lall Saturday the Lady of the Floa. CbL WhstpBtth^ lieO-temttt-Coiotiel of her Mnjefry's own Royal Refimeait of Horfe. and Member of Parforrtrrtt for Minehod in Somerfcdhire, was tafrfy S(4; and oj?xi fir ted, in seder to dumf and difiadte oar Friemdi, andv&b a View, if fofUblt, to defeat the great Pnbalility there h ef cur Sucttji at tie next Eliffitm, that there it a Dijagreewmt er Dtjumiit fnbfifiing between w, a* if either *vai a&ing fir him- ^Jeh'feparatth*.m.\*ms(tog. mJbk,lk/L$.^*$S!P!:l. ."MP..!*! ether ^atball'tie F*wer ami InUreM i amd Oimitfaxg tan ff*d mart ta cur nWw/ Difference andDifrtdit, than ike Jttfiriag 'fib Jrtifzef and iiifrefrejemtatim to ga thtd lie Certify us-coxtradifad and nudettBed: We think itmttffatih incumbent a;�n us ta moke tbu fabtiek VetUrml'a*;, Hi ixt!! ta ftti0 enr FritrJi, to tcde ewjehfts Jnjlefe, Thai txje ivill firettaiujtj em-pLy iar n:Ji rft&nal Servua and AJffamet> fer the frcmctiKg tit Izserr.'t, and frKUring the Sateeft ef eaeh ether i t-L.;ne. April 4. 1734. 'T'HIS is to give N'Jicey Ibat tt&ertdi at a *� General Caert ef theGtvem^ fad Catnfany if CifftrMiners in ttv Prisuilalitf tf l*'a!ts, t*ld tiii Day, tie dmnutttt /jr iarrysg ta the Affairs cf the fjt/Ce^fary, ma> ftJlt tmpjZiur'd asd mlluiz'd t* *a>rry doe ! :t *xHszuljLuds�if_ Agreement enter d into by tbe fasd Committer, fir a Uk'.jh a tJ Ctot&tiv* beti*^!* tbt fatd Cirsfae. jmJa Cefuitneylvf p.ffi,id ef /tiered ItftrtfJ i axJ few teal Dai n-e Bvsli -rJll be zftx'd, asd "Jiansferi tvxtazd at tbe ifutil Hwri, . cnYhtrfJay tete lSr&, Friday the io/&, and Saturday the iQ;b, and sa tbt laid' zote P#} u*klft* iClai in the Ew*i�z. j f*#& P&MaJt&tftUijtierh Mtb^i X pffttitetkt, that b* kmtb Mmej njrfo'd tubisUa WW** ^iiftW^y* fkhumMtf bttmsm in at hie his majesty's roMttAttft.-? AT the King's Theatre irt thfc Hay-Marhtti d E O R A & An On At o R 1 ^ or Akcrtd Dnffi% Jn B n � t t CemfeSd ty Nr. H A t�rrtd*j>, aa^ilHaaiutMlaaMR! Pit MtiM to bt |tat (OeatMrri -4 " withom Tklwti, #h�h *� Ot dcHvcf'4 the ?uy.Mttfc*t� at Mlf a CHiOW tath.__ �T the^ TiteatttKoyal tit UHcdnVtiHK: si ** rW*. this t>ty,tMattht lihbf April, *ttl bt afcfofarti v  t�� Onror ; *l Tickets will be ^jlverl at the WfnrA-HwMTiveni la fefttaiattk % tncllrctt. at Whim's CtweSHubmift fa St. Jsmq|a-�t��t, a�d tt t% ' OffiftriIneit n*w to th� E'^eaact anJbs.V4�a. � : u Tbtriie�4Bixtinianb W I. tW Qaiitjltt at 4. Ht> i>*t�o wi�i#f�r to ha admhttif MAoi r& �*3v�-r ^J*.. ^ tt it 4Hkt*a tbet*U rerfm,�emldbe>te*Jfi,t*tt irMf> �dl taffnfll prevent nut Step tt the/Jeer Tor t Mrs. CrtfiSTiNA IrUattf. Bettefit of T Hi Mr son. AT tneThcatrt Royal in LincolnVInn-Fwldiv. | - ' P A V t 0.- - Sit to MOet oj^^l^ottltQlfttiix; V Being the hR Time of performiag It thi� Seafbn. , Tt* P� tod Doses art r�� togeiWat Malt� Ctiinaa, ap4allaS�tta opoe tUaSiHr. �rftO>.ry 4*. UpperOalkrr t�.�d. Aaduo o'aock ***" * ** **** � QuickC wiU ba ooe�M aiTtmo Tlskerawillbe ddiver'J at the OfBee, a�tt poor to tt* folium e*'' the Stafe* ae^at Mr�XVMm�** lodfihgijh the f rf^Th�rrtr�hajo - tbeyata}- be hid ai any Hour ever �D�y, (Sonday eitepta.*) Iha h�aa� bt/ hopatB that tbe Gaqtlcancfi SuWVribers to tha Opera will not aatfe* nfeof thtir SilT�rTi�>M� thai Night. By tbe Con^aity of~Gm?$m*v AT the New Tliejicrc in f^oo^rhanVKadsa ** on Mooday mat,the 151b loll, will W pieloiwd a Cot�a.tr,eaU,4 y A BOLD STROKE for a WIF^. To which �ia t� adika*. a oc� Vnrcrtsltunent, caltV " B R I T A N N f A: The ROYAL^LO V R S. f df tbt Tutor. 32* Landing ^Trlaei~G tR MAI _ Hisf R I c t r-t t^o m. Hit tajfm threngh tbt City. His firft Interview with BR IT AN Iff#* Tn> -wMa coMlBdlet �kh *� Tie Solimnizatiom tfibe Nuptials In it HYMEN, tort Rake, Mr. Halter; Cipr. Bnlljr, Mrorrerr C>>�uu. fear ther (o the fatnout c*)l hUu wh� latalr apwar � ai rfw Thfi�ra_�� iHuryLaoei Citrnew, Mr. Lyuo. Mr. Siopptllar, Mr. Hatfcia, Ut* Eicell ftc. > -:-,t The Hrjufcwlll be adorni with the Portrait* of the Roralfamilf. * ttie Prince of Oraoce \ xa4 � ocwCtdia�*piiaof apullo aad the Mufti; painted by air. Hayman. rheciosrhi, Sceoei, Mseniotrt, a�d ot!i�r 0�or�ifori� earfrtiy new. Oa *hkh *�ootHil.a *oi�� aod nalcoaiat.Oi� ih. Mr, W,lktr; Ldlpovp, Mr. Ti> i*Uic!i Tmlia, Wt>. Youpgrr 1 Terttiagtnr. m. HU Isli. will Iw ()r�r�itsd . ^*..r^� who �h;*iV� o| CnuipjMict. Wirh feveral Erttereumnents of Dancing, i'.acd. \ty be t�kc 1. .aaJ Ticket In J � pro'c it >ny inttrru^iiMii in die A.'n.jo, &c ro Portoo* (ut Q-ialiiy fctvn) �aup>'ihbly be �dinmej1pi.r.Bi ^.jihe 81b Ii.IUv, .11 be pe>i'un'J A Concept of Vocal and jaftrumentai MUSIC K. By the bell 1' 1 r y o r si l a t. H B. (ef^m* �"���*�! Irilot* .;o ib� Ha I'-JH J, �-id lavaral SuIoj <^jcoii,� c'� ih� Oetaitii V.aic. *ni Gttuil Cuet*ia�a< | cjjoyjj'd t,t lbs pu.npci. ri*�hTnl--: \: byi* txaittj at j dOkL ;