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London Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - August 29, 1834, London, Middlesex Advcrtifcf. T H U RSDAY, August i$> 1234* HE King has dedar'd his Intention of commanding his Array io 1'cilon at the appnsacning Expedition to Sicily t ' and as the Tranlport Ships art getting 1 ready in the feveral Ports of this King-i dom, the Troops are drawing from all Farts towards the Sea Shore, in order to embark. The Prince of Helvedera-Caraffv-who is rettirn'd hither from Vienna, frith the Kinperor's Leave, ^ufa^litA Txtrer to rac Pake of Bitontpfroin his Imperial llajefiy's Srtaerary at War, to thank htm, in the Emperor's y�rwt fci the Civility that Nobleman (hew'd the German Often alter the Battle of. Bijtonto, and on feveral other Occ a-jau. *Ti* obferv'd, that the Imperial Soldiers, as fall as the T Page Of the Prefence to the Queen, to be Cupbearer to his Majcfty, in the room of the laid John Evan?. Efqj The Cornmiflioto of the General AiTcmMy of the Church ot Scotland have appointed the Rev. Mr. Gordon their Moderator, Mr. Wifiifon Minittetat Dundee, and Mr. Lauchlan \PIwdik Miniilcr at Krrol, to repair to this City* in order to ppefeta AddreiTes to his Majcfty and both Houfcs'of Parliament, praying Relief to the Church of Scotland from the Grievances a-rihng from Patronages, and for having the AH of the iotf�t cf Queen Anne, rdtoring Patrons to their Right of prcknung Minilters to vacant Churches, rcpeal'd. The (aid General AsTembly are railing % Fund for the Maintenance of Minillcrs Widows and Orphans in that Kingdom. The Dccifion of the two Cafes depending before theta, m 'relation to incestous Marriages, are deferr'd to their Nlecong in November next,  Late ThuiUay Morning died at Edinburgh, Mrs, JaKt Gladllamts, Hcircls of Gladltnincs, a Lady of great Beauty, and in the 26th Year of her Age. On the yth Inilant, about 6 o'Clock in the Afternoon, died at hvr Scat of Cafllc- Lend, in the Shire of Cromerry in North-Britain, of a tedious lndifpofition, AnncCouniets Dowager of Cromerty, a Lady of great Piety and Virtue, whofe Death b much lamented, not only by the feveral noble and great Families of which her Ladyfhip was defcended, and to which fite was related, but indeed by aU who bad the Honour of her Acquaintance. Extraa of a Letter from Rttvtxftaa in GaJfrusj, dated ' " Sir, I'm heartily lorry (as no doubt you will be) to give rt you the melanchoily Mews, That on Monday Morning lad ' the Houfe of Glaflcrtoun, belonging to the Right Hen. the " Earl of Galloway, was entirely burnt, with the whole Pie-" nifhiug and Furniture of all Kinds ; in fikjurt, nothing �sved " but a imall part of the Plate and tbe Papers of the Family : ** The Fire had taken, it teems, in the Garret above my " Lady's Bed-Chamber, and wn�difcover'dby a little Boy wi;o *' Iiv'd near the Houfe, who alarm'd the Servants, to that my " Lord and Lady narrowly efcapM perifhing in the t tunes. " Both Domellick and Menial Servants have loU si moil every " Thing. No part of (he Iloufci round the Court efcap'J. " except the Kitchen and Breivboufe. The whole Lob is *' computed at 50001. Sterling. My Lord and Lady"ii"now " at Sorby, and goes to Clary 4a a-Day or two. You may be-" lieve we have aU been in the utmolt Concern and Confutieo. " as any muA be that hears it " Sir, I am, &c Edinburgh, Juguft 32. They write from the North, that lail Week a Boat in the Murray-Firth, hiking for Mufcks, being over-lidcn, funk, and a Man, his three Sons, and Brother-in-Law, per ifh'd. High Water at London-Bridge this Day, as 7 Muaua after 11 in the Morning; and at 38 after si at Night. - Yeftcrday Bank Stock was 1 j8 t half. Indie 14)/ Sonth-Sea Tradirig Stock 79 3 ^ths. Old Ajuunors 1*5 1 half, a 3 4ths. Ditto New Annuities 104 1 4th. Tferae per Cent. Annuity 93 1 half. Million Bank 108 1 half. African 20. York Buildings 3 1 4th, a t half. Royal Aflknusc* 97. London AJl'uranca 1 a 1 4th. New Rank Circularicn 31. 55. a zs. 6d. Prem. South-Sea Bonds 2L 18s. Prem. India ditto -jl. $s. Prem. Three per (Jeni. ditto li^v Prem. English Coppei il. ics. WcUb ditto Books fhut Salt Tallies X 1 half per Cent. Prem. ' wHuiiBin, making tor tbe Kivcr, ran upon .... . - but there is Hopes of getting her otT, the Wcatbef-ieing ex e*�tii>gly (avouratlr ----------- .............. Ve&rday tbe Court of Director* of the Eaii-India-Company, Jpxeeoed funhrr in the Affair of taking up Ships for the en-r^^?,*jt.?u>d refcrr'd the ikine to tbe Committee of Slupping, Io ordtr for tberr Keporr the next Court-Day.^� t On Thurfday t�\i ( Mm of War of 70 Guns, that has o*w lately rebuilt at Diprford, wiirbe launcn'd there. They write from Netvcaitle, that un Tuefday lall died there "rotj;e Mallaiuj. h:^, a iicudeinan reputed worth joOooo 1 .*� whkkbrLuitii.j^l. to chariuble Ufc��&acs svl facalicaaatv �aiaa-Oycra, ttW'i The JLM. S T O R o a. Tfefe Bite* Bit. fH^tttoimvaSHamemtff Ytx am tt thBiter, Ml XV Ml t&rrtacmtr, mmd bu Ehmtw S*lpiiD*iH. � TJt�=dna� Mr toffdki : mi- tU *icxM*> Mi, HttTltt ) -9*s*is4tQf �Vr Uhsmw. %*: tmivik , Innw, Mr. Jmftf 1 fact, ' Kr.lil!*-/:r>dtwiteC^xJ*r,Mr-CUrlir . Csqsei, Mr.$MiOi| vj*arte'*a�. xit. ta&taij, iift-caao Sama. tUBtt fUllaai ( all*. �ir- &>*r�i Esam-acflci Immhq be w�. Teodv ata��Jaaja^ ' stt. ia&K ur*. tjfitn. Hit. WooSararJ ae4 otben, fitnkBiariy iiijol At I T��rtaM*t�a he Mr. Teach miteoet. Ja�BO. tmiefi&H. AVasu. c^rinKOttOaMLovcTi. Cad o� -the Iksdt. A ls*m*. eaB'J I* Ea4*�J* Chtmfwrrv. Ptsru# tac&iwgsi iMBmsX bcLet tbe t> 41 brgies. thaCc�-gaay �.a be cranmatA w#S> TsaASif, fc? Uf&atVtatnhlfcktoai, c. mud itaat J��99. Uk^a Stct at the tfrf is Vdixa. u jrf * Sac. . *U cks Itasmnaiit estates mam. mat (ha B� ih i'Januutci villi CUi* lauaa. t&xaibt tlamx ATficita. A". B. fief v*Ji it tkrt mi Thrtt a'CM, Ji FEILDING and OATES's Gkeat Tmeathicai. Booth, In ihc Gtsrge - Is* -T+irJL% Wejl * Smilbjidd% With tbe CQiniial Humauri of the Ltbittttitt M*trt Jjcdoio, U'Cn JoJh*, Mr.Hrm ; ; MarU, iml-Wi 1 Lcoii.,f4, Mitt Maun; Don Hr�ocitcj. Mr. MulUrt \ r>r: I >Ci. M>. AiUu , Uon Anloui.i, Mr. Wi^uett ; Duo StArti t�b.)tr� i.u (MwfoM ; lit Brtdcgrouin, Mr. CUrk 1 ?d .WislsifiWlB, fc. �*t4 iUo� J^tttt's Viva. MiGTotUti, MitiNutnr^, MiCOMtcy. ito�cf�, MM. Vallouiuid M��-taaricll. . * To wluch will be �d.c4 * iUllan�, Mrv Hubert,; ClinruJJ. Mo. Mula Ojfiiid*, Mil* Tollt.i ; i, MtUUi'�cy i \t*fi�, s. t�. v�;u� Iviiuii*, Mil* S>. Ko^-M ; C11H1114, M.l> r>o�tDd> i a>iht>c, c t.r, ta J'j The 1 .i r c e ot" 1 N CLIN A T ION. .s.llori. M".�l VjI!oi>, Mi. LKik M�. Wjml^iiJ. Hcoli+* and Mr. V iugli t" i Auuiinuoi, NiiU K ^o, M M*".j, 1.1 i.VilU-, Mill Panicy ui>d M � iLail'.l. Tv 6P 1>T CARLOS, Pnw* ef Spaiji. flic Ki>�. �lr. MnUr, Dm OMkr*. Ur. Pw^i.; Doa J�Im, Sr. rt�tfk�*. aWfeaar*. *ar- �atw; Mr*. Lac; } iMli. Mn. Clack-, HoiMKur, am. 1 alhaau T*waw* wtltitaM^ ���aa Opera. �aU'�V The CONSTANT LOVERS. Ultb eta Cmmkmi Hummai af tdrnf Racovt. JowaiaU ��* V�Mt7 �i |e fef Mr.Davenport, Mml*�a|�V^*�OiiiKTBf*O^ca, �rvdurbcra. �*>i twtic. wjhwrriie *���r:� c bdMaj o� rial VkxKk, ,ac Umoat 'Ma. Ifaf^Cm �|S pcatsnai ki* farfraakf rolinrea . I. ai ciira f Ai*�t Ban* �f UtiaJi is ptO�y?*. fr*Gflt*f of V^hovv H�v:*!.^fc'S�#to4�. Koi�b>aa�. Ti*t4ifi�.r.r�bHois wrat lifB? s;-�iu �nS tao^ma. fa etc Ctavrrtiarary i^it* Ctm-past; �vi /cifjK* ci ^Biiuk* (nucoa ma? ititm y� YttC____. Jtcrpc irz'iUmi^ at i iCfci, madtmtimetiU-4 a at h'fchf. *P�i :: li sJL^fTtijt Gentlemen and Laditf, THAT, .iar i&G f^dfa~&^ rii^beU. fuaufpil Sy-cS�t�-f tit r4 uif�a�.�^i'aif*. fiSajj if - u., ^UiiaM��l�*.j^ T^jtaut '4 A'-.i ^ -jfjiil l!oj i* j jt;* u-r.# t*j�4v t�A *t�i F.Mir by Oiiti �i, k-ai - UKiwi nut US.-nr e * , utcwur ru: a>^. '^itts. l>�upt>B. ti.! *t j {��1 vi il*Uai>, frc^Oi aj4 - A t..-x ELEPHAN T. r >*� kcjB^ic w/rc* t>/ Ca>�. >tvfptrd frcejj i-- �.i J* r� Afi'�% �^�Vi%lr. iw/: i ,v/{X/j ^.i/vr a Moderate Length are taken in at 1-^0 St�> ;