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London Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - December 2, 1834, London, Middlesex M ON DAT, Diet m 11 it a, �734- fcprday arrived a Mail from France snd another from Flanders. Naples, November 16. IS furpriziog to (te the Preparations making here for the Siege of Capua; indeed the whole Kingdom b pat into | luch a Hurry about it, as it Our yoong King did not think himself secure on his Throne tvhillt Count Traun is on-i'ubuVd. The Duke of Bciwick and Count C'harni is gone to Capua, and the Duke of Bitcnto will fitortly follow a targe of Troops from Sicily, where th; German Garrilens arc M deaf as the Governor of Capua, tod Won't hear the'Summo is to Surrender unlcfs it be fent from the Mouth oi a Cannon. The wet Scafon has prevented the PiOgrtfi We promis'd ourfclvcs in th>; Kingdom, for all we fcave hitherto accpmphfh'd, h the railing a Uattcry of Cannon �tpinll one of the Forts of Medina. Tiie Commanding Officer et fl�e Troops before Syncufa fends Word however, thst a small tarty of his Men having advane'd pretty near that FoTtrefc. a large Derachnirnt of the Huiurs of thcjQarrilon fallyM oat man him, but in their Purfu'it fell into an Ambufcade of zjo Spanilh Horic, who hiil'd 37 of them and took 25 Prisoners, amongft whom was a Lieutenant and a non-commillion'dOfficer. tttiijbmg, Nov. 9. We have the agreeable News* that Prince Wtelhowiflu, with the Succour of Ruffian Troops, Bad oilpers'd part of the tit iniflaiil Party that infeiled Lithuania, and -brought over the rell to King Auguftus. Though the Court is hfbrm'd tliat the G rind Signior has given Leave to the Cham of Tartary to tfd with his Hords in fuch manner as be thinks fit, jet the Minillry make fligbt~ef it/ the Ports along the Pruth jnd the pnielter being guarded with 40000 Men, bcGdce tooOb Coflacks ready to mount and away at a Moment's Warning. The Duke of Courland haying coraplain'd that the Radian Troops had done him fome Injury in their frequent Marches through his Country, her Czarith Majefly has ao? quaintid him, that let him cftimate but his Damages, and he (all be repaid them. Peril, Dacinbtr 8. They write frost Pctcribnrg, that Mr- Vlitang, who was fent with a CommiJEon to that Court, VJL fain dat'.gcroufty ill there. The Pcace-Officers, aflillcd by Ale Watch, make frequent Sallies into the Suburbs of this City, and whoever they can find that has not a ready Anfwer lo give, as to his Manner of Life, b fent away to the Army. Our UU Letters from Italy fay, that the Allies lay elofe in their Cimp, and that the Imperialifls have not made any Progrcli dtbCe the taking Sabionetta. The Marquis de Pczc is dead af the Wounds tM reifcv'd at the Battle of GuaitaUa. LONDON. On Friday Morning lalt at eight o' CIock,Jslr. Munn aniv'd ItSt. James's from Calais, with Advice that her Royal Hign-KutfiePtincclsot Orange landed thereaaThurfday at three in the Afternoon, after a PaiTage of feven Hours. Her Royal Highnets was veiy fick in her Paflage,. the Wind having been iqabary � but was pretty well recom'd after flic lad been lame fine on ihore. Mr. Munn having ooncerted at Calais with Mr. GrordleiQ, lane of the Gentlemen o) the Bedchamber to the Prince of Orange, the Rout proper for her Royal Highness to take in Aafuirig her journey, the Plan aniv'd oa Wednesday at John Sean's; Efq; at OlUnd, his Majetiy's Conful for the Lew Countries, and happily receiv'd the Approbation of bis High-nets the Prince, who was aniv'd there Irom Holland in his way Sweet the Priucefs, and accordingly ent.r'd Cabu the next ay, jul'l at ttTe fame time that far Royal Highness Lnded. The Meeting of their Highneilcs was extremely tender and ifceting; and as it feem'd to give the higheft Pleature to them-stives, tumifh'd no fmall Satisfaction to all about them. His Highneis fet out from the Hague on Saturday fc'naight. endweat in one of the States Yachts from Rotterdam to Sas van Ghent- Upon his Arrival in Fladder*, he was immediately  complimented with a Guard, and was receiv'd at Bruges, Otlecd, ffrtuportand Fumes, with a triple Salvo of the Cannon, and all other pofiible Honours, bcudes his Efcoit, a Guard mounting st his Door whenever he relied. Jheir HigtihelTss_wcre to let but from Calais as Saturday bit, to pafs ttrfoug!) G ravelin to Dunkirk, there to dine at T)ay's, his Majt sty's Comrniflary at that Place : They were :o j��lhe fatne Night st the Governor's of Futnes, the tr.� Tcwn in the Imperial Flanders, and Yefterday \lorning to proceed "tjtrough Neioport to Otiend, there to dine at Couiul Dcaa'i, Uld to reach Bruges lad Night, where an Apaiunent was pre- Ei'd for them in the Houfc King Charles the lid rtlldcd during _i Exile. It is nft.y Miles from Calais to Crugts, th*ir High-Dfffcs have about twenty more to Sas, and a Journey of about Mo Days by Waiuti bt*t if her Royal Highnef's proceeds by Antwerp, an>'. through liiabant to I'.ndi, the v>il\ nt>t-bc ia ilolbud tiil the Jattercndjif the Week. _ "Ac Fubbs Yacht, which attended thcTrincefi to Caiau, Was Lack at Dover by ten the tajp*_Nigfct. Evety Poll confuns the Hopes which the Phyfkuns at Potzdam give of his Pruffian Majetiy's Recswcry. j VVe leam Irom the Rhine, that the Danilh Troop* in the ( Setvice of the Finp'ror having lerz'd upon tK? Quarters al!uccd ' tothofe of Hannover, Orders wcxk fent to difpoflili item by force i_bu: before thole fitters k*ack'd the Hannoverian OtE-tcri, the Dmea had receiv'd a.fevere Check from their King, Wd accoiduij;ly ul:go'd then Quarters in a very peaceaoki ttann^r. They write fthe War for the Ben Year. It it afior*d a Propofid lor augmenting the Forces will be infested b the Petition. Yetterdfef th- Rev. Or. Cockboroe peached before their MajeOies in the Royal Ckapet at St. lanes's t the Right lion, the Lord TnUamore carried the Sword of State. Yefterday Moraiag died at his House in. Duke-Street, St. Jama's, Mr. Waken, one of the Grooms of the Great Chamber to bis' Majeijr. Lift Friday Mrs. AmttMakebr. 4 young Gentlewoman of Coadutt-Streer, of 19 Yean of Age, who had been brought np an Anabaptui, was baprjxrd at St. George's Caotcb, Ilaaom- On Saturday Night about ten o'Ckxk, the Ccndhel who wis placed at the great Door coder the Ptacta in rbc Squire of Soir-erfo-Houfc. hanriag tome Weeds with a Woman, whkh prevek'd Mm tc Arike her, (he cry'd Murder, and with the Noitc diiturb'd a GestleiiBan whose ApatUnent was near, which occsfton'd him to fad to the Guard-Rebot to hare the" Centinel reliev'd ; bmt a Serjeant coming ferft to .know the Meaning of the DiilurbaBCe, tfbe Fellow was very impudent, ancl the Serjeant retsming thetejpon to the Guard Room, lent a Corpo^l v. ith fcrcc Soldiers to take him off the Guard, but herefus'd, threatniag to (hoot the firft Man that o&r'd to op-pofe him ; ca whica the Corperal ordcr'd them to reft their Pieces, and advane'd towards the Fellow; bat before he coi>ld take hold of his Piece, be flsot him into the Brtaft, and th^ Bullet came cot of his Back. - Before be was fecur'd, he wcucd*d fevrral others with the Bayonet fix'd at the end of his Piecr. This Day the Semens begins at GoikHtt'", Tcnwrrow at Hicks-HalL and on Wcdac&y at the Old LuW. On Tbhrfiby the nth Infbnt wul fee pa j at the Pay-Ofcce in Braad-flrect, the two Mcnths Pay m fix due to his Majetiy's Ships Falmouth and Garland. Yefterday the Rev. Dr. Middlemen wa: inJufted into the Living of Sr. Peter's CornliDl iu a �ull Concregaticn, and after the Ceremony was over, he prcach'd from the following Words cf our Saviour, Ftrd mtf Shrp. At the Election on Friday lad at Guildhall for a Rector or St. Peter's JaComhiiL the Rev. Mr. Bofwell, Vicar of Great WigUon in Lekefterflrirt, bad the next Majority of Hands to Dr. Miidleton.  His RcvaS Htghnrts has enmaandrd the Comedy call'd The PROVOK'D WIFE, (whkh has not been afted thefe two Years) to be pliy'd this Evening at the Theatre Royal in Osutr-Lait, and Mr. Ci.a be a. Sen., to perform the Chi-racier of Sir John Brace. After whkh (by his Royal High-ncts's Command) will be a new grand comic Dance, call'd La Csfuttt if let Jmlmx, by Mademoiselle Roland, Meft DencycT, Perries, and others. At the F*esen Tnr*r�i fa the Hat  Makket, will be petfLrm'd SAMPSON. Sec A: t!ic Tu eat a a Royal is Covint- Garoin, CATO. At th: New TuiATaa in Goodman's-Fislos, The COUNTRY LASSES, with the Lottekt. BANKRUPTS. Miles Wray, late of Great Grimihy, in the County of Lincoln, Merchant John Blusdy the Elder, of Greenham, in the Pariih of Thacham. in the Cooaty of Berks, Brewer. Thomas Simp&n, of Bedford, in the bounty of Bedford, Draper. High Wucr at London-Bridge this Day, at 6 Minutes after 4 in the Morning, and x> altar 4 in the Afternoon. Satuntvy Bank Stock was 156 j 4ths. a 7. -Itiaia 144., a -t - hair. S-cth Sea Trading Stock Si 1 half. Old-Annuities 104 5 Schs. Ditto New Annuities 105. Three per Cent. Annuity 93 1 4'h. MgHon Bank 107. African to. York-Buiidicgs 4. Royal Assurance 07 1 4th. tendon AfTurancc iz. New Bank Circslaticn 3I. 17s. 6d. Prenv South-Sea Bcrds 3!. ?>. Prciss. India ditto 3L 12s. 3I. ijs.^Pvem. Th:re per Cent, diao 2!. Picas. En^Wh Copper :l. Wclih diua Books faat. Salx Tallies z per Gent. Pmn. . 28 November, 1734. 'T'HE Principal Officers of bis Majtjly's Ordnance * I] ttti!r$ gh* SsCiu t* fidi Ptr/jmt are willing ftwvi the fzii Ojjiteizitb tbrft&Kxixg Partitjtlart^ viz. ILiHtrzi. Fitil-Stavti fir Cvucert, Diimi nf tut Piece for fxt azJ Diagc*}. Drum llizdt, Slielt and Snare,, Ktttle-Dmei HeaJi, Majput RcJj, Lisfittb Wtb and ;jjw*� ia Wttua l>�c , mid slier at Mi |ffaj�i claoit at tie (fCcr w TjauB ft* tbt M*ftn. AT the KrNG�* THEATRE in ht perfiMaid a New OPERA, call'd T A R T A � E R S E S. �r 14 HotU to be put togevhrr. �wf ?i� rerlbw \o be seadttkl without rickets, which will be eeilw'4 IW.otrow, tt the OaVt ia the (lav-Market, thai' aOuine* ��h. Cattery v*. By -tit. Ma jit snr'r C*����f, "No re>fool h�irver to be idmirtrd bthia4 the Scents.  -2j trgin *t Six tCM, By His MA JEST Trs Commands AT the Theatrt Royal in Covcnt'Cafdeii, cn WeitnefJif next, the ^h of Dcttmbtr, will be pntWttd an Opota, caliM * - , A R I A D IN E. Pit �oJ n^tes �h(W tr�ether, and no petfiws to be dtnkttd vuh-nt T~. Lc itm. r! iiwr, King of the PhlUftti*^ Mf, Veriwud  Gcnttsl ot the Fhuitline*, M1. L� ton BaVoMaV Father 10 Sjmrtoi, Mr. DcllvlUtt; At lei, ConfiJent to&mpf!^ sir. De LiRe 1 uivc, Ctyti i>t' the Ouar,!�, Mr. ntitwffjh \ kMbtH to* Slave, by lUricqoia; Usllli, Mr.. M.ltcr; Armftle; Kirt. VnKxi%�, -All iho �tlicr Pirn to ihe btll A.Utflt mo; with all nt* $(Mti� Ma* chioer, and locutions �� much at the Tluttr* wilt pttntC To will be adcV), Le Carillon de Afnitre Gervaije fff Dame Alifi** , The Part of i>*mo Alilon by Mr. rraocifilue. ' � fin Prcforn to t� a> nsitied imo the tUiut�ItfkHlt lMICi�tB��th% 3d1�, There will he R'CU Variety of Bull Hfid Hcur-osllinf. the Dorr, win be epeh'd *t One, and tbe sport tegm ai Three. N�te, John Creiton md J�m�> i'aylor are tr> tight at the abort* nxntio'i'J I'UW Tv-mummy, They 6()ht wet ofilry. t ' ' ~" "*"'" ,~iH:iit&I^'Myitft'!\4.. WHEREAS k has been rcprclentea to the Xiny, tb).- KiUuird Cantilliou, lifir, wa�, tin Ttwfday ih� l^t'a") of Mty lilt, about the 11 ebrtdy pro- : tni>'d, making iot�iber ilvo sum of firo ho^'cd rntinds, to aey oeo^ t ilie Ciimiiialt w)u> flisll dirc��er his or her Accomplice or Acttttt-" pliets iuthe fkid Uunlcr aod Kobbeiy, 10 be paid on ConfieMon oi" aoy ou) or more of tkem. PH I LIP cyNTILLI ON. A COURSE of Mechanical arid lixpcrimcntal PHILOSOPHY, lint Day, iLj id cf Ptctmlier, at 6 in tjkf Evtuiq>t at.the A c a u _ M v ia Tmur.Jlrttt, ........ By Mr. James Stirli no, F,R.S. A n f> Mr. William Watti..- � "T'HE Dcfign in this Courfeis to demonftrate ib To Thiotit by fs^rimeoHi winch have txCQ* foWd cut by Ceotnatrical hcilounu, whithiosybo ulrlul 10 fatl*'in are acfjsiwtd with Maihcmatkki, but u ill be mote ptrttcuLsrly fj 10 ihole wto ai* out efe�iili; it hcin^ ifcry ptflj'jle r^i� V/*y to Bive * gopd Notion of Mi.fc new Difctjtcr&i ia Nsime, width ttuV �li� ba ai, Hilijfei, &x. wlS be iSPiin.M by ,1'te GREAT ORRER Vr Made by TXo. H'tigl'l, vf' fleet.flreet, MxtbimalLal hftu#n$* Miliar tj Li, Ma/cfy. --------- ----- SuVfcniniars ate ikkt-n in, and Caul^uM of she Couite giswft, at Xm. Wiu>>'� M. r.ul't, Mi. Hiulua't tai Mr. kynotk'f, Bookie il"'. 'n C.\rnUi'1.__" item oi 'J lo a large Jiuptn in the Rvyal Kxibang*� t-'j the great Slain on Cor/jhillJithy And it t6 h ]��'� b.4uti!uil|( co�nj"-�*>i Arcfilicfevie. iv>i'.>-u>e. I'iiiii'-g, Mu'nk �i>dMto�i#e Uii isu,c�4k1 I'lii^iuc*, With v�u v�rieiy of as**kg t Huses. Tw. * fc\r utionolth.. wan^(4^Wat^y 1.1 4(1 us Pans w.-.r>d l� ciiviWl*. ihiifewhoh4�c teto It dftlVU-g sl|* ,.1,1,1.;! Uiii.lU.TlnuiU'. It c��� � >o,->fe rh �a