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London Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - April 23, 1834, London, Middlesex The Daily Advcrtifer. Numb. ioo8. TUESDAY, April 13, 1734- Ytptfday arrived a MaU from-Holhnd. T:. : Peterjburgbt April io. IKE Advices we receive fro I. Men. 1000 489 393 317 75 encral Munich, furttilh very favourabhi Ex-pt&ations of a fpesdy Rcdudion\of Dvntzick, Our Fleet, which has bce\ fonietime wailing at Cronftadt for a fair Wind, has at length fet fail for theCoalU of PnuTta; it confilb of Guns,. Ship of 100 7 each 66 6 54 ______________ . 7 Frigates 32 3 Sloops 16 a Bomb-mips. A Squadron of 3 frnall Ships is order'd to Archngci. - Rmf^ffrilto. The Pope has fent Ariel Orders to the Gemot* of Faro, not to furniih the Imperialills with any rrori�on> or Forage, in cafe they attempt a Pafiagc through fegcdefiaflical Territories to Naples. tim the Rnffan Camp before Dantxich, April 17. We km nceiv'd our Battering Cannon from Elbragl The red lot Mfr jirfcirh we fire inio the Town, have fet Fire to the Hoofes in various Places, but the Inhabitants foon extinguilh'd rj* Hunts. We continue to carry on our Advances without J^cotnlderahle Interruption. fwm,Ap>'d if 7. Prince Eugene fet out Poll this Morning far tbc Rhine. Our Letters from Naples are no Ways pleating rity^cqaaiat us with the Progrefs of Don Carlos in that King dm AVerxpc^ however, that Count Thaun, who lies en otap'd under the Walls of Capoua, with an Army of 5 or 6000 Mcnrwill make fome little Difpute of letting the'Spa-J�r& into that Place. TheGarrifon of Gaetaconfiilsof 2000 Meat and there are about 6000 more difpers'd in the Calllcs at Naples and other Places. mast, April 17. Ikfides the Body of French Troops at is a fecond at PozZolo, and a Third at Cazal l bgore. Toe Piedmontcze form a feparate Camp along the Rnrr Adda. All! tbefc Troops arc io polled, that they can jaanpon a very fhort Notice, in Cafe the Imperial Army 'feanM venture to atttckuhe Allies, which we aire afiur'd they am rccriv'd Orders to do, and accordingly wait every Mo- - axntfor News of tome important A�ioo. BatMck, April 20. The Rufikns have not yet poiTefs'd des&lves of any confiderable Poll; the Fire oN our Cannon 4oe� three times the Execution of theirs; we 1iave likeyvife Henry of Provifions; we keep our Communication open with f ert WecUelmunde, by means of (mall Boats that frequently ftfiud fpightof the Ruffian Batteries. 'Jis re-�o^i^theMagiUrates having reprctented to King, that if the Succour they expeded did not arrive before ttefirihif May next, they Qtould be oblig'd to capitulate, his Mijely aCut'd them, that be had Advice from France that &e Succour was actually at Sea. A Vcflel is arrived here ittVjoRecruits from Sweden. dm/hnbm, Apritya. * The Projecl which it's pi*|ended the French are about to execute, of an Irruption into ax-^os t6 make a great Noifc in Germany ; and many Dcfign the Motives of King AugulWs ~v . J-Drcijlen. They .write from Hannover, ^*at the March of thToeqo Men ol that Elcflorate which � 5* ^"?^TOr *^f0 ta^cc intoiiisPay, in order to ferve on - y ^hme, has been fufpended, but for what Reafon L> un-M^fLfT-* *n Alarm has been Spread through all � '^S^ouring Countries to Saxony, wlio -arc putting The Lord Southwell is not gf*�e rnrr to Holland with the Prince6 Royal. --------- On Sunday lad Mr. Cibbcr the Younger Was Married to Mifs Arnc, a young Gentlewoman not more adnuAl for her Voice than her Modrfty and amiable Behaviour. 1 Yefterday~"Mofning died at his Hoafc in Fetter-lane, Mr. Perry, a Wholesale Lcatherfclkr, having acquitM a very plentiful Fortune. - The Election tor the Town of Southampton is fixed for Saturday next, the 27th Inllant. Ydlerday No. 110618 was drawn a Prize of 5001, and No. 23B26, 44395, and 29262, 100T. each. Edinburgh. April ij. Laft Wedncfday Mr. John Black -ader, Tayloivprov'd himfelf Heir to tl* grandfather Sir John Bbckider, of TilibUan, and has accordingly taken the Titles of that Family, winch is one of tb^antienteil in Scotland, and for many Years alTun>'d to have the Titles of-the Earl of Mur-ray, in the room of a Siller's Son to Randle, Earl of Murray. High Water at LoiidotkBridgc this Day, at 50 Minutes after 2 in the Morning, and iX alter 3 in the Afternoon.' Yellerday Bank Stock was 130 1 half. India 136. South-Sea Trading Stock 74 1 half, a 3 4th�NAnnuitit� 101 3 8ths. Ditto New Annuities 100 1 4th. Trim: per Cent. Annuity S9. Million Bank 106 1 half. African ij. York:fiui!dings 2. Royal Aflurancc 90 1 half. London AQurance 11 1 hail. New Bank Circulation 5I. 10s. Prem. South-Sea Bonds 14s. Prcm. India ditto 26s. Prem. Threepcx CenC\ditto 10s. Prem. Englilh Copper il tery Tickets 4I. 1 js. i:s. WcUh ditto 11. "donlelm on tksir Guar*^he-MariK of tBe-iioooa , '^aSSTl�%iSd for the Rhine, is likewife put eff. but I ".rtople make Concljufiortt fiom thence of adiSerent Nature,  " *jd^ at Wbkchall to Lambeth. Tk?i? Amtlu ouk th� ia��e Morning for Bath, tv cl! u diKi IiC; wo>ove to llithtiioiid tdl after tlw Coun-vtkOionu-over at l5jcntford. To the'Worthy Liverymen of the CityV London. G EUTIE MtX, jfS I have the bigbtjl Senfe of the kind Tnvita- lien fb um*-(Z*4ik(ni m t&jr~~ ..: -r... ____i-.t l-~ 1 .�..*� t.. ..- *  Kit t$ tit Oieafiin; but at kij SHente batb been deem �Tenlpzbte ly manyef my 11 tends, in pnrfuanct of their repeated Advkt, axd the E*~ tauragement tbty.bave genet cuff gixnn mt, / prefitntt to intrtat the Fareur tfpnr Frtet and tnteteft at the apfigaehtig EttSli$mi affunm yon, if I fhall have tbe Honour r* btji-b�jtn one �f ft** litprefintatittt, that I fixtll JlitJietdly thdettismr e'* Prtferva-tipt �f mtr mtfl betpfy CenjUtuthn in Lbxrcb and Stau, and �f mil our invaluable Reli^itm and Civil Mgbti and Libetthi, it ltd tw promote tbe Safe, H'el/art, and E\teifot tf tbe Trade**J N�* ligation ef this great CITY. , / am, Gentlemen, "IW mtfi obedient and faithful bumble Servant, ROBERT WfLLIMOTT. April 18, 73+- Mart obedient Servant, JOHN BAR BER. jdVcrj cohfiderabh Ntunbtr ef tbe tVbrtby IJ" veryvttnof tbit City living refit-v'd in the intfl Jtrtntms maimer, tofnfport and promote the IhtWeft of lb* fittrwinf Gentlemen at Candida/et, at the approaching Eletfion cf 'Member* n� feiVi tbit City in Parliament, viz. ~,." Lbt- | Humplirey Parfoni, Efqt and AW. ___:.. "_ Sir Jbhn Barnard, Knt. and Aid. Micajah Perry, Efqt and Aid. Robert Godfchali, Efcii and Aid. rfd tbit Lift will mtetjf general J(ftob^t 7 o'Clnhin the Evening, H ctOCfrt jutftf 1 Meafaia tofip^oWlh^fhjir^yfi ~ --1........-- ROBERT GOsDSCHALL, Bjfr To the Worthy Liverymen of the City of London. Gentli u * �, TT is in compliance with> tbe Earnejr R/quefls of great Numbers cf your Worthy Livery, that I take tbit puhlict Opportunity cf offering my flf to be One of jonr Refrefenfatkiti in tbe enfuing Parliament. I am teo,fenfihle tubal great Abilitiet are ntteffarj for the due difchargeeffo imp&tant aTn  andhsnvmuch unequal 1 am 19 it; bat if a^^trv^rnVMlabte, andjdsady Attachment to the liber tit 1, as well at tnlereft of mytellovi Citizen/, cam male any Amt.zd$, I humbly hope, the (infant ReaJisu/i I have always enJeaivur'd to Jbcus in tbe Service of this City, will engage jour Votej and Inlereflt at the approaching EleSisn, /�rv Gentlemen, ---------- Tour mtfl'oblig'd, obedient Seti-axf, GEO. CHAMPION. To the Worthy Liverymen of the City ol ...........-.......... ~.............. London................^...............' G e nt l e m - -fTY/ E great and generous Encouragement I have - ^re^cj-v'dfiom many rcstnrnt Citizen}, tecapaiu me to take the Liberty af-nu/king you this pubiirk Offer vf mi Senile, to be one efyour Representatives at the apprtaiking Election of Members to' ..ferve this City in Parliament, As J have the highejl fenft of thejf eat llnsour ycu confer on thofe whom J0� deem worthy to7 place this dijlinguifling Mark of jour Confidence in, faytm may dependcftntp usrxvraritd Endeavours to aeqml myfelfin the mtf exail andfaitbfat manner of this important frujl, if I JUstP have tlx llappiatjs+f meeting'pur Approbation : J therefore mojt humbly hope firyuer-lfan ajsd In-terejl, which I Jball ever l-jtk upon as the great eft Hvaur wbiib can be done to Gentlemen, Your moft obedient, and Mcjt faitbf 1,1 humble Servant, Robert Gooschall. Ifl'lE Eletlm for the Borough of STAFFORD I' � "g fixd fir Tburflay lie Zyth Infant, it h d'fc'd tLit the F/urtJt !>t 1 II Q M A S Alderman of this Ward, to been* of the Repreftntattvei this City in the enfuing Parliament. rUE Gentlemen �who are in the Interefl of Mrr~ FI-*tfi�� Air. TO WN SHE NJ>� Joint. Candidates to firvt tht UNIVERSITY of CA MB R I D'G E�; A� lb to/Hag P*rfi�tm#t' art dtjVJ to iuh la!Sit^^^vdiSiblk fakmi, over cttninft $t, Cl*> menfi Church in tht Strand, this Evening at 6?CJotk--�-� " Bedford, "April 26, 1734, 1 11/H E R E AS the Eleffion for tbe Town oL W B E I) F O R D it to beon Friday the %dtb Inftant, At Burgeffet and Freemen ef the Jaid Town, wboan in ibt JaUreft of Sir JEREMY-VAN ACKER SAMBROOKE, Bart. and SAMUEL ONGLEY, Efyi Are d*fy\l la appear. tbut+ iii axder to pail for the faid Gentle* men, who both -voted againft the Excik-BiU, and every other which they thought would bt jliti mental to the Rigbti aad\ Liber- , ties of their Cutntry. , ' - ��� - J*^-mm^9rlCmKbTt