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London Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - April 10, 1834, London, Middlesex The dvertifer Numb WEDNESDAY. Amu to, I7J4- % m -1 fafsttiftlxCityofDantfciekengaging at prejent tbt Attention fitptft, nve bepeJ? prefenteurKeadtrt ttiitb nodijagretablt jiw/i1"*"''�tbefollaviing Account of flat Plaetj_ A N T ZIC � is the Capital of PolnV Pomcrania, and^Jiltant 145 Miles from Warfaw. It lies about 4 Miles from the, Sea, upon a Branfchof the River 17l_nHn Weyflel, and is reckon^Kone of the K InasS u DEH chief Hans-Towns and greatcfl. trading Cities in Europe. A Kjng of Poland built it. The Danes end the Taitonick Knights bad thcirTunu in poffeffing k. In 163 2 it was firft allWd  Voice in sVBleclion of a King of Poland. In 1656 the Inhabitanes Upab'd the Swedes, and thereby retrriv'd the Affairs of John ftM* when the Enemy were Mailers of hear half the King-"don. b 1697 it dedar'd for King Augaaus, tho* his Rival ins in their Harbour. In 169S that King was rccciv'd that frith great Solemnity, and the next Year had a Prefent made -jab�f 4 Tun of Gold, inileadof the Quarters which he de-auaded for his Soldiers. In 1701 they were oWig'd to pay fan XIV. 400000 Livres, and beg Pardon, for oppouog  the Prince ofConti. In 1703 the King of Sweden forced them to pay bin 400000 Florins, and renounce King Auguflas. Two Years after the Swedes cxacled 50000 Crowns more, b npj they were CompelPd tn acknowledge KingStaniflaits, I |br swathe Mufcovites block'd up their Town, and plupdeW tsefrTeritories. In 1708 they were fore'd to pay the King of FrMW a further Sum of 40000 Rixdollara, on � Pretence of put of the old Score of the Prince of Conti ftill remaining mtatnfy'd. In 1709 the Plague fwept off above 40000 of the jDhibkatnt: They were the fame Year ob%'d to re-acknow-ledfie King Auguftus; befides which he demanded a large Sum of Money, threatning to attack the City in cafe of Refund; hot the Inhabitants prevented his Approaches, by laying the .Neighbourhood under Water. In 1714 they-paid the Cm tooooo RixdoIIars, on his Promife- to make no further De-Biahi yet in 1717 he requir'd both Money and Ships of ~ than, and had 140000 Dollars more. The City is eacompafc'd by a Wall fo broad, that Coaches Ci&tafily go round upon it, and the Fortifications are of a vaft latent j but being commanded by two Hills on the South-Weft, cannot welt hold out a brift Siege. The chief Trade of : At Chy is in Cora from Poland, and 'tis computed that they Tt one Year with another about 730000 Tons of Wheat, the Grainery of Holland and the Northern Countries. They have a very great Number of Mills for grtndinfrCorn, Us the Ruffians have diverted, the Streams that turn'd them. One on the Rivet Rodaun alone brought in a Revenue to the : State of 4.J20I. Sterling per Ann. bc&dea the Profit to the Pro. fritters. The Number of inhabitants in the City was (uually etcjwu'd at zpoooo Souls { but the Concourfc of Poles of both Sexes who fled thither with KingSuaiflaus, or from the Ruf-\ Can Army as it advane'd, is thought to make 30000 more. Their conflant Number of Soldiers in Pay is only zoo, but  dry can easily maintain 12000, and have fometimea had an Amy of 60000 Men. One of the Suburbs is ealPd Scotland, ishjbitcd by.Soots, �U of that Nation heme allow'd to be .f^Bnenof the City, and have greater Pavi^ furtjgftfn, bCoaft deration of the great Service they formerly �m the Place, under the Concha of one of the Family of Douglat, at the time of a Siege, in Memory of whirh the Atas of Scotland was ft 1 up over the Gate from whence they -4BW tmon the Enemy. The eAabliuYdJtdigion of the City � Proteu^m7bul �they tolerate Roman Catholkks, The �HaifcsaretbKely, the Churches, of which they have 24, ge--*o�lly magnificent, the principal of them b targe that it has -!Al���.*nd 37 m Windows, and the Front of it coft 24000 "UMollars building. The Harbour is not dcepenough to admit "V," very gjc&Potce to come up to the City, but tome of 4^Tuu anoV^o Gun� have bceniometimokaowoto lie Dtal.JpritS. WindS.W. Remain his Majdly's Ships ;*IP� �eflerday'a Lift. Yefterday after Poft came down hts ZC&fi Berwick and Pnncefi Amelia, and remain. W down and fiuTd through, Dolphin. Clark, aiul Queen of Portugal, King, for Lifton ; Wdbnorcland, Shank, (or Taylor' Sr^eghoral forGifar*lur" Remiin^ S*xah� L Q N D 0\ N. i *���utnUDaP ^et^* "c *PP�iu,f^ 10|re*CD Lent-Dt. Mawibn. before the King. Pr. lavington. at Whitehall-Chapel. Wr. fiucoey at St. Kathcrine Cree-Chuich. Mr. Batty, at St. Anne Alderfgate. Mr. Venn, at St. Durftan in the Weft. Mr. Trebcck, at St. Paul Covent-Garden. ' *r??y* uS*' Saver's, Southwaik. Aoboj.,� St. Karherine by the Tower: I fifr1* Norwlch. � Clerkenwell. j^Wi^^t^P0" ���Tov.n, that the City of -ESLm Wto*T* wuhtheRullianCewrral. and chat ^oOsakui, the Pruxute, &c, had the Liberty (0 miicji out with all the Honoan of W^T� which bis iogly, and uamcdacdr threw hbarfdf at the H Iity, whowereonHorfcfaack go icotnc nicp* 40000. Bat tbii wcmmU Cmfbmatim. \ I Laft Monday Baron Wachtendonk. Envoy Esonordmary Gob ttkEkeof Palatine, had at private #~*^*w^ of Leave or their Majefties. Ha Majefiy has been ptea�*d to grant an Annaty of 50001 Per Annom, oat of the Cml-Litt Ks^c&ae,.ta tlxPancets Royal, during her natonl Life. The Half par to SnvOfcos eadSng � Coritaas laft, be-�P� paying a* tWOfice id Broad-Asm coTharfibly thei�th|At>i/ want. T^e famous Sigacn Coiaamv amred here a km Days Coce ctk died ar Sir Jhba LecT,, at Adfingv* in Kent, * Esq; an ejkhsry Gemkman of a o�fiderahlc fortone, who had the Honour to tem to lat* Maj&y Qoeen AlwasPagcofthc back Stairs, and we lor has left the Balk ofh�En^totacPo�ailicPanftofWcaiaau, ibepbeeof hu Nativity, and where hat Father Sir Phlbp Lcche. Knight Banatm,itadaeM$eat c^d Scarries. ' OnSatnrfay laS wau�� Soic, E6$ of the Sb^3erks-Omce, was Burned toMi*EJUHadbcry of New North Arect. Yeflerday N� 16198 and 18450 ocdravm Prizes of 500 L each, aad.N� 91223 aPrarof,coL Laft Wednc&y the Afim csrfcdoa theOcwnfide at Staf-*"� "ken 6 Prikaen wire tryM. bar anoc capitally oonvided. Mr. Edward JLaon and hlr. Carter were crytd^r the Murder boQor^ ha Aflbciana mot pe�"aaTd o� toaatay ia it. Thofe pkTOanddarirabfcPerSwtJaesTfcce. wtearcd^oi'd to con-M�Tor Bool* so its hvtKotiom. may otfaer by Lettrr Ibgnsry ttar lattawos m or k^ ti�ir BcDC&c^om m the Ug�* � Giofreswfreer j WOliam Bclitha, J Efiji at Kingj^aa apoo TWan i the Rxv. Dr. Haks. at Tcd-dmgtcav aear liaaapmftOMrt j the Hrr. Mr.J. Barton. Fellow of Col Fcike^aGajdencr, ia at^aneirlat happeti'd at the Races at Utchneld s aad after a Trol of 9 Hows, wrfe both acquittrd. Mr. Scot was likewise try*d fa isW^iaderof^Ir. GoMfmkh, aGrazier, aad aco/ntbsd. On Sunday Night last died at his Faiher's Hode in Nor-rblk-Orxct, WiBiam Pesuusgu��, cUot Son of'Sir Joseph Pennington, Bart. 1 On Monday Night laft upwaidsof no handled Elefiort of the Borough of Southwaik, Inhahkannof the Pariftt of St. George, met at the Oowav Tawersv and fen for Rkhard Sheppard, Eip whose latercil they omnimnrrfly agreed to fupport at the cnitong Elect inn. The late Rev. Dr. Bray, aad Smt other puUkk tjwiucd Gemlfmcn, being feadihas of thefseat Waac of TrVwifioa there was in many thou&ad pootLCoracka ia England and Wain to fumifh tnc jcfpcQM* aajatftn wkh meedLtf Books fox the Di&barge of their Daty. �sited (hear Eodeavoun asdCoatri botioas to %ply as mujtifibtik Cam a� they could with libraries. The Piety aftl Eaxrlleoce oT thKaaoft laudable Defign, procar*d far k aRSxralEsxoora^ecacast; far fa many libraries were (boa loonded. that the Legdbunrc chougbt them CAttfledtoks Patronage atsd Caret and ass AA of Parliament pa&!d inthc7th Year of her late Majesty Qoeca Anne for their better PtcfcavatioD. Now that a Woik to oasOarivc to the Glory of God, and the Locrcafe of rUli^. b�h �lhr present aad fuCure GenetariBBy m&*0^."*^1*? High Water at LoooVio-Bridge this Day, at S$ Minute? after 3 in the Morning, and 11 alter 4 in the Afternot ' By the MjrOlL. Alderman of the Ward. , it appears h divers Pprarrapbt in tbt cemmoM NtWzKtftrt, t/mt a 5�6/rn/WfalU Mtmytvtll Map**, vjMdamaTlaid Ward,* TburfJay *txt tbt it tb Infant, JHk>&d Cmit^EvtOinf a% tUbd CM tbt ntMt Mtrning, and taa%Jmrifa*m J*id Cm* Jablti, wtb fart of tbtir Watcbmtn, tfcwaU m*m(ttbt Strtttl and Lames ia jtar find Ward% ttbtnadftof^^a^tffTamftltt aad Dijofdtn, mad tbat tbt) i� not jujftr an Namfc^Ra'Jiim to mttt toytbtr, mrma^ai^Bomtl o� that Njtbt\wbi�}**ii> Ward, mad that if any Ptrfin trPtrfomi^Ua^miltmadmaM^ amy fucb Boaefira, or commit am* ttbtt Difirdtrt, tbatjeaKfidd Conjlabki takt cart tt affrtbtmd tbt OJ/mbrt, and MVf tbtm\ btfmrt mu, or fimt otbtr of bit MajtfiytJaflat tf tbt Ptatt fir tbit City and Libtrtiu tbtrttf, to bt txamin'd mad dealt niiitb at tbt Law in fnch Cafei dotb dirtB. Hlrtofjtm tn mt (9fait. . Dated d-iit)tb Dai of Afril, 1734. _ TACKflON. Crown Tavern behind the Exchange, April-a. 1794. To the Gcntltmcn, Clergy\ and Freeholders iff tbt County of Kent. 1 It having been artfully and indujlripujh rt� "* furlid, in order to damp anddifitnitl our Frirndj, and with* \ ytrw, fftjjiblt, to defeat tbt grtmt Ptbabilily tbert htftkr Stxtt/i at tbt atxt EletlUn, that tbert it m Dijatrttamt or Difiuuom Julfifiing betwen mi, aiif~ritbtr waratiing fifffifatatih, or Humming in bit btjt Bndimvtari to'ajjifltbt mbv