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London Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - April 9, 1834, London, Middlesex I* The Daily AdvertifeK T U, 1734. > I,. 11 ftferday arriv'd a Mail from Holland* - Naples, March ij. j L L the German Troops late qoartcr'd here march'd ycfterday for Capoua,and carry'd with them fcveial Mortars and or.hcr military Store*. The Garrifoo left in this Place arc Natives, and do not exceed 500 Men. The Militia has been out tor fome Days, to prevent Tumults. The Viceroy is preparing to remove to Barictta or Man-Iredonia, as arc likewife fcveral of toe ^oftherollateral Council, the Secretary of State, &c EfaMeao Account from the Ifle of Ifchia, that the Spamfh a had no fooner caft Anchor Bear that Place, but the ,ate fest Deputies to the Commodore to make hisSob-hjm, and to iotreat him to maintain that Ifland in JTSdtnt privileges. The Imperial Garrifon that was in the hik there, had Orden to evacuate it upon Sight of the Spa-�*Fket, which they did accordingly, and march'd to fup-!Z the Inhabitants of Poouolo, who have taken Arms, in S|r to prevent a Defcent of the Enemy on that Side. The ��ajflj Commodore ii erecting Magazines in the Ifle of Pro-2fc"whkh readily fubmitted to him. Thefe Iflands are not A* three Leagues diflant from the City of Naples. ftmtt Mono 27. The Troop of this Republick in the 1 ftwincowe poffds in Lombardy exceed 17000 Men ; and nlkSeaate has judg'd expedient in the prefent Crifis, to put sO tic flroog Places in a Pofture of Defence, a Reinforcement rfferaal Regiments are daily expected front Dalnutia and King Aiignftntonrgovrtign i� abrady mwve^iox his Return to Poland. His Majefty difpatch'd yefday the Count Rudowfki his, natural Brother, and Major-GcnrAi in his Troops, and the Baron de Rein; to the Ruffian Camp before Dantzjck, to acquaint General "Munich of his fceedy Intention of coming thither. He was accompany'd jobs by the Bifhop of Cracow, the Count de Cetner, Mr. Doabowflti, and feveral other Polilh Noblemen of DiftinQicn. TreGxmtefs of Branitzi, Spoufe of the Crown-Enfign, who weaken Priloner by the Poles, as her Huiband-had like-vk otebi was fet at Liberty after they had taken every Thiog from her o! Value: The Count on her Departure bad kr sitae the King, that no Mitftmw wlmw* AnuM (hake its Loyalty to lib Majelly. ^ '"" Matui, March 31. The Imperial Army is increafed to liOooMcu, and is pofted along the Mincio as far as Govir-nolo. They have thrown two bridges of Communication over dut River. The Troops of ihe^aUies keep quiet behind the Po tad the Oglio. The French have laid a Contribution on that Part of the Mantuan which they are in Poffeffion of. fork*, April 3- The Rufliaru importune his Majefly in-TffTiMly for leave to convey their Battery-Cannon through his - Toricwks to Dantzick. Notwithstanding what has been re-pxw), we do not find that the French Mmiilerbeilirs himfclf to prevent it  by which it fhould. teem that his Excellency is : ijjtady iulcnn'd of the Meafures the King will take; but Ins Mikity has not yet declar'd publickly bis Kefblution in that Afur. ^ Mayact, April 10. All the Electorate of Treves on the t&cr Side the Rhine, is poficiVd by the French,, and* laid _ safer foere Come ibutions. 1 he French Army, compo>*d of 50 Battalions and 60 Squadrons, have hx'd their head Qantn at Spire, but exunJ tltemlclves to Heilgenlladt, ovcr-tpjnll Philiplbuig, as if they defign'd to crofs the Rhine and truck that 1'lacc. The City of Worms has fent Deputies to the French Army to fettle the Contributions they require, and to demand a Safe-guard. The Emperor's Troops, on their Hit, areatkmblcd to ubferve the Motions of the' Frencb. -hnlfert, April 11. Notwithstanding the French Army on the Mobile, under the Command of the Count de Bell ifle, is ~*hj|dy zooqo Men llrong, we ate affured that it will be fjwJdily augmented. The Train of Artillery ,_wbich the Preach are getting together between the MoleDe and the Saar, . tafilbof a large Is umber of heavy Cannon and 50 Mortars, vkott'tis apprehended they deGgn~to attack Coblentz and Rieafelds, after the taking of Tracfbach. in order to binder tk Imperial Army's advancing to Luxemburg. The fertl of JtWe Pkcej will be immediately reinfore'd with 300 Men of tbt Troops of the Circle and Rheinfelds, with the 3600 Hei-�ut taken into the Emperor's Pay, who are already on their March thirhTr^ carrying with them great Quantities of Artillery, Anunurut ion, and Proviiions for the Dctcnce of the For tren. The Imperiabtb are to encamp fhortly between Wag-|_JkuHland Oberhaufen. The Eleftor of Bavaria is drawing aLxeall along the Frontiers of his Dominions. jBtrlia, April 10,, A Courier is arriv'd here from Stolpen, - Wh Advice itbat the Ruffian General Stolpen has furpnz'd tod entirtljrdefcated the Polifh CailcUun Uznfki, at Switi in Deal* AfeiteLWhei U. Remain �nthe Down*. Namurr, Admiral N'orr� i Edisbbrgb. Princrii Carolme, Grafton, Dreadaoaght, Ortctd. Hamproo-Ccurt, Bafckingham. Royal-Oak, Captain, Sooderiand. Yoik, Swallow, and Kinlkie. Laft NighTcajae damn and faiTd thro*, Herbert, Sinbooie, for Virginia. " We have already brre upwards of 20 Men of War, all of ** the Linec4 Battle, and two more of his Nlajcliy's Ships are " cxsnitig in froni the WegSrard. Sir John Xorris lies on poard. * ahW nc' h Comnundei ef Deal Caftle. a fw�t Place, aud � fcwly fomifhd. The Cimtxn bouie Officers lately made  '* Seizure of near zoolb, wt of Tea, � ShcppanT*-Would, " aboot 6 Miies from this Place." LONDON. Extras if a Letter /hm Dttmtxiei, Dlttdtbt 7^/1^. K. S. " We are more more bkck'd np than ever : The Ruffians " have taken three Fists* and by that Meant cat of our Own-" monJcarion with Fort Wechklmundc. We fent out a " Praam or Sat Boa:, charged mith 19 Pieces of Cannon, in " Hopes-of inewnmoding tbe Ruffian Works, but faifd of " Suctct*. The Garruon u alnwd tir'd out with being con-** tinoaUy nn>ler Arms. The Ruffians have gain'd Polteffion " of the famoos City of Elbiog, in the Palatinate of Maricn-** burg, and fbuod there 5 Mcrtarc, 50 Iron Cannon, together ** wita a Qgactrrj; of Powder and otber AmmunitOa.** They write from France, that 2coo Dragoons are ordci'd to be pick'd oat oi his aofi Christian MajeJiy's Troops, who are each to take a GrcBadier behind him, and proceed with all Speed ca fcffie pdvxteExpedkkia. The Fleet ct that NatKitt'whkh is paw, or has been lately, eqmppmg at Bred, confilb of 20 Men of War, via. three of 74 Gum, oar of jz, one of 66, five of 64, four of 60, t\x of 30, and one of 26, There are, befides thefe, fcveral fitting cut at Port-Lewis, and Rochfbrt, and ta at Toulon, for a Mediterranean So^Badron. Ycfterday came Advkr to Trrwn, tfcaron theSthlhft. N S. in the Evening, a Detachment of the French Army prcleuted them&Ircs befiorc Tracrbacii, a ttrorg and important Town in the Circle of the Upper Rhine, fituatc oh the Moklle, about 2Z Miles North-Eafi fnun Treves, and immediately demanded tbcGcTcrnora>furmider. TbeGarhlbnconfiaed of no more than too Men, bat they bawdy refWd ts&bmit, and accordingly held oat till (he next Day, when perceiving that the E-nemy bad fixfd Petards to the Gates, and were every Moment' expected to fet the Match to them, they retud into the Caftle, which isa!mofI impregnable, and well provided with Ncccfla-ries for a locg Siege; but as all Soceoer b cut off, 'tii thought the Garrikm will not irritate the French by a long 1 This Town has been o&aliy the firfi Objed of the French O-A perations agaiaft tbe Empire; it wascakea by them in 1689, | reftoi'd by toe Treaty of Refwic, and taken, again in 1702. The Dutch Tetook h by Storm in 1703,^ cut off moll of tbeGarri&n ; the reft reritM to the Citadel, which, h^ fubterraneoss Caves, they bck) out, tho' the Buildings were raia'd by Bombs, rill the clofe of 1704. when the Prince of HcffiT-CaEeTbefieg'd it, obiig'd the French who came to relieve it m retire, an! tbe Place totanender on Terms. The Molly Sctcoser, Capt. Bond, from Africa, was lately loll 00 tbe Ifland of Bartstdaes, but the Men and Slaves were all U\'d, except Arten or eight of the latter. The Hen. Mr. Fane is nominated for his Majefty's Rcfidcnt at the Court of Florence in the room of t' at th* ���� Thvitre in Lmcpln's-lnn-Ficlus wlirn the Oratorio o� L^avkl w/ll be per.'otm'iJ there for her Benefit. Iherc having been a Battle ftfugnt bn Wtitntfl�y laR, at Mr SJbhlU'sGreat Room inOx'oul Road, iKtwvcn .Nlr John-* fen and Mr. Franc�Sheilotk, wmci. w �>.>oug ,t fo txj.uNy that the Audienceol'iig*d them to gootf ll#iui in !I.�nd � t'tef*id Champiom are to engage Toroouow at the tame Place, in Order to dcmdftllratc which is the bctl Mailer. $MJiuc.l UwCtou� th� Fighiing Coblcr, is to boxMr. Buck'mJ for two Guineas befoti the Matter* nidurtt.---- High Water at Lohdon-Biidge thi* Day, at 14 vtinutil after 3 in Che Morning, and 39 alter 3 m the Altctnoon. - YcftenUy Bank Stock 131, India 135. South-SSi! Trading Stock 73 1 half. Annuities too 1 haifj'. �.$/8th*k Ditto New Annuitica 99 3 Sths, a \ half. Tiireeper t Buildings 3, a i 4* Rqyal Amirancc J^o. London Afltr* ranee 11 1 half. New Bank Circulation ct. Ptem. aouth-Sea Bonds tos. Prenu India ditto 30s. Pr*m. Three pejr Cent, ditto iqs. Prcni. Englifh Copper il. tfA. Welfhdltt* il. 10s. Lottery Tickets 31.15*. Southwark, April 6, 17344 , the Eltftors of tbe Boroughrif"'$mb%tflirk9 Gentlkmbk, jyfJE Honour I btWe receitf4 mbting nom* nattd a Candidal* to rtfrtfint ttii Retetgkim Pailiamn^ ebligtt mr to detlart tbt gratifitl Stnfi I rttaititbtrtif, and It A� lb* Fazaur ef'yvurFotu and Inltttfi at tbt r*fai*X Bitilh*, nv&rif I/ball fiudy to defirvt, bi a Ji*ady Adhtrtnu to tbt trw* Jiiimjt . of my Country, an inviolable AltatbmttU to bit Majtfiy Kii^ GtoacE, and tbt prtftSt baptf tftablijbmtnl. lam* 1 " yiar totft obligix and e v Dtvottdbuittbli Servant,' Rio it a a d S U t �t a a dt SotUhivark, Aprils, 1734. AT a Meeting ibis Day of feiitral Hundred ��* UUaeri of WtrBorm/gb, at tbt ft tat favtrtt, i/.iu*t-mnatumokjlj rtJorv'J to put in rtaminatia* (tMr p(f(xt Ilrpr**, ftntatrvr)........ ' "7": ""^7^ �'' THOMAS JN-WElvf, Efa\ At a Candidate at tbt ea/uingElidion to Nfrifint tbt fa'td rough in: ParliamtBt, bt'ing a Gtntftma* KtaloufyattitcbtJ� A/t Majrjiy jgf/g Gtarget and mr prtfint happy Cmjiilulion. in Oppc�tBon to Locd Ciirics Cavewiiflj, Brother to his Grace the Duke cTD^arJbire. A few Days ago died at bis Seat in Herefordfhire, Sir Philip Jack&e, Knt. by wkote Death a coniidcrabla Etlacc revrTti to the Right Hon. the Lord Abergavenny. ,, Yetlcxday died at fcer Houie in faS-mall the Lady Crew. Lati Week died the Rev. Mr. Bar ham, VicUr of Beth erf den In Kent, hvmg is in thc~Gift ofl hu Grace the Archbifhcp of Cauerfjory. A Jrw Days ago one John Wfciirieid was committed Priloner to Norwich-Ciale iot darvicg his Apprentice m.Death. Getitlrmett, Clergy and ^eeholdmtffihi County ^Hsrtvord, tbatrefuit in or ntar tbt Cititi �f Ltndeit and U'ejlminfttr, and art tn tbt Infertfl of CII A"RLE S CMS AR, �fti Are dtfir'd to mm at tbe Qttttn'i-Armt Tavern iifSt, Cburcb-jard, this Day tbe i}tb 1^1 ant, at 6 oClkL _____________ , London, April 9, 1734. HIS Dayispublwd in tbe Daily Journal, a MJI of tbt Samet polPit for Mr. John Bofworth, at tbt -pre/rut Elttlion of Chamberlain, which Gentlemen art dtjfr'd / exsimint nvitb Care and f;M(t�ffu and to bripg or fend to Mr, Selwin'i Scrnlineert, at Mtrctri ball in cbtaf-flt i or to bittloiiA in Puttr m>/l/r-Rjfr:bouft in Qornbill, al fooH at pojible. Account! of all fitch Perjoni at ttty fid nam'd im  the (aid Lift, ivho/e fates art by Jit-o/: Parliament or ttbtrwiji void. Of f*}b at have not Polfd thcmftlvts for Mr. B01 worth, but law been ptrfonattdfyolhtii. ______V th� In'tton. Of fuJ) who ivithm the faid~$patt of /*ive ftari bavrrtiti'i/it any Ainu u.hatfocvcr. . 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