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London Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - December 25, 1834, London, Middlesex ffagttt, Dt&mkr-j 29. Courier having arriv'd here from fengland, vim his firitannick Ma-jelly's Opinion of the late Declara-tionof the Emperor fov accepting the Mediation of the Maritime Towers, and with the Overtures which might be made for giving his Imperial Majelty an litaof Wvtr It bed ie txfeti Jrvn tbth Gwd Ogutt, his . Excellency Mr. Walpole cntcr'd ifu- pmtfynA? into private Conference with the Grand Penfioncr * ml the Deputies of the Committee of Secrecy. "Tis (aid, that * Ttrious rVopofds wereofTer'd on all hands, relat^ig to the - afferent Means ruepcr to have rccourfe to for procuring an * Acoonnn�x^'�5n s and that the Grand PenfionMljbaving col-� lefted ihen>.icY,tihcr. drew from them a kind of Preliminary, "m which h was agreed to communicate to the Courts ofJ?ra vx * sndVknru on the part of the Maritime Powers, astheOver-* uretoa Negotiation. � for this purpofe the Marquis de Fenelon, hb mod Chrt-�too Majetty's AmbafTador, was invited in form to a Cbnfe-� icoce with thcJ}cputiesof the States General; Mr. Walpole bnagprcfent- The Pcputjc^bcgan with complaining warmly * B the Marquis, that the French Troops had committed * Jcrcral Afts of Violence upon the Lands and other Places of * dje&nferof the Rcpohlick, and that in cale they \vere �ss&r'd to go en, their Outrages would become intolerable, * tad they moA be bhligd to make Rcprifals: upon which � (fe Maraub no: cxpcclmg a Ruffle of that kind, rppear'd a : mmgideal cmbauafcs'd, and got over it as well as he could, - toprotdling, that he apprehended it mud be fomc Miilakc,  as/that bring perfefily well acquainted with the Inclinations * of the King his Mailer, he could allure their High Mighti-> pdfcs, that �1 alsy Difordcr has bc.n committed, it was * atkaown to his Majefly, and that he-would inform bimfelf * rf every ihingdiriclly, and give an .Account of it to their Hkh MightinelTb. �Thc prcfent-Sitnarion of Affairs was next brought upon dc Carpet;, and the Marquis was acquainted, that the Ma-"titine Powers being very well latisly'd with the late Over- * taes nede on the part of the Emperor and the King of �Fiance, foundthemfclves in a Condition to enter upon* - Nrgociatioo lor rcfloring Peace; that they bad prepat'd to '  tais End a Plan upon which they-might begin to work, and * that it was thought proper to comminucate it to the Courts * �f Vienna and Yettailks: A Copy, of this Plan was there- * tpoodeliici'd to his Excellency, and be was at the lame * time jJcftYd to employ bis good Offices for engaging the � Cardinal deVleury to forward fo pious an Undertaking. *' The next Day Count. cTUhlfeild, the Imperial Araoaflit-** oar, loving had the like Invitation, repaired to the Confe-' *' react, Penficncr, the Deputies and Mr. Walpole being _......ftdotasbefoie : Mr. Walpole open'd this Conference with f - - � aSnBceh �xUteU'd to the AtnbalCidor, {hewing the Stale _|L "fkidibis Biiunnick Mfcjctly and the States General had of ; * Se Confiiiencc the Emperor placed in . their Zeal for ^ la-laterals, and how fatula&ory his kite Declaration had " bteato them: A Copy was then given the Count of the Plan i'^f �tica had been concerted, and his Excellency was delir'd to *' � asafaic it inllantly to jiis Court. f , "Thus we reckon the Foundations of a Negociation arc fo*laid; we hope theSuperflruclure will be crowu'd with Tro-r\ f^oa of Peace: We already conceive a Temple to Janus faD3cd thereon, and the two Faces of that Deity (poking " mefally towards Great Britain and Holland. -;:"The Anlwers which are erpcclrd from the Emperor and ''* lit oil Chrillian Majdty, in relation to the Overtures thus J* lwawt'd oy the Maritime Powers, muft certainly make fome W Mcovcry into the real DHpofition qf thofe Princes : But _f dole Anfwen cannot arrive here very foon ; France mull * oaduk her Allies, and perhaps it may be fome little time " hrfcrc Spain Hull be brought to give back to the Emperor . * aaj Part of Italy ; fo bewitching a Thing is Pofleilibn : ~" And the King of Sardinia, a Prince who (bars much higher * don the {canty Limits of his prefent Dominions, will not u eatly content to be caged up after his Mights in the Dutchy . ** of kiJan. His Impenal Msjelly mull conlult the Czarina, * aDdas'al^andfomc Provifionfor King Scau'flaus makes with-oat Doabt fome Part of thepicicnc Plan, King Augullus � ** jbbb be likewile applied to. ; * lntt; uuan time'tis laid, that Mr. Walpole, with the ** Otpmicso) their High Afighiincffes who compojc the Com-k'auttteibr Foreign Affairs, arc almofl every Day inLonfe-; ** fSKer.wub the Cuperial and French Aoibifladoa, to inii-^JMUC general Hints m relation to the Plan propos'd, -inorder '2? more �nduiore to break the Ice, and to wormouTwhat their PrincipaL are inolily f�t upon, and where the foft Place lies. � MLctmeadd, that my Infbrinaiion oa this Siil^cil is drawn. i|'" from no Caret Source : I ptetend not to penetrate into the " M Piivacirs o� tfw State; but there Articles are tlicTopick of Conveittioo h*.jc amangtl the Men of Senfc and Condi ** tion." Da. 10. The iSth Inftant came inhere, the i .tVmce ot Atiuiw. of land from Lond�n, Synot. for N-iniz ; aad this Day the Phjiip, ol and io. Jerfty, l'atrarcli, in nine wetla from MatyLr.J. IFftmaab, Dt?. ztj. The i qrh came to an Anchor in Port and Ko�l aua ilill tcrniiiis, the Mary, of and from London, Kcrfooc, (at Oj-Q.10. Tfci� Day'au.v'd here, the Two'siders, el anJ fw Uii, Place, ILimintuiJ, from iNicuioundiand and Vusa. Ifes/. Dr.. zi- Wind S. S. W. Sever J fmall Ships arc IP&e.uuo Dmvci r'cer i tne icil of the Ship-, remain in t M��n�siprr litl. Arriv'J, Exchange, ilarrii, from Cadiz. Scm tern v, tpwGuaiUib, at.^ unputc th-ii Rftorntiofi the Po not to a�iy Affrettc!ion> of the trtcmy. L-ut to cne ImpraCiltjLility of tliu O i\ DO N. ie Letters ftota Italy �nal;c very light of thtr Dilnppoii vhicu the Liipji.-.lill, litcly met with in their iJclJi nt- Enterpri/c, the French harfng cut the Crotlolo, and laid the Country under Water. 'The Courts of Denmark and Berlin were lately my near being cmbroil'd on Account of the City of Hamburg, the Utter having declar'd with a high Hand, that he would lupport that City againlt all the Enterprises'of^thc King of Denmark t to which the former replied in as lofty Terms ; and their Mint-tiers at each others Courts were daily expected to be recall'd ; but by the kind Intcrpofition of fome of the neighbouring Power?, their 1'affions are a little aiTuaged, and 'tis afFoxed, that Affair will be concluded in the Cabinet inflead of the Field. They write from Dantzick, that King StaniuW* Party encreafes daily, fince his moil Chrilli�rt Mapily fent them Affurances that he was dctermin'd to fupport them with the whole Power of his Kingdom: The Partizans ol King Augullus rcprcfent their Affairs in as profperous a Light � fo that it is difficult to determine whom to believe. 1 A remarkable Inllance of the Generality and Companion of the Englifh Sailors we have tranfmitted from Genoa, which h�ving*not been made PuUick, we think it worth mentioning. In the Month of March laft, 143 Britilh Ships with Corn lying nt the Port of Genoa, it was propos'd to make a general Collection for relieving the Ditlrefles of the poor Captives io Morocco, which was recciv'd foonanimoufly and heaqtly,that 2471. wasrars'd in a few Hours, each Seaman contributing one Day's Pay, and every Capuin, Mate, ice. proportkmably, which Money was lent to Mequinez. This being Chrilbnas-Day, the fame will be obferv'd at St. James's as a high Feilival. TJie Knights Companions of thcGarter, and thofe of the ThifUe and Bath, will appear at Court in the Collars of their refoecuve Order). The King will be attended to Chapel by the Heralds and Purfuivants at Arms; and their Majertie?, the Prince of Wales, and the Vrinceflb Amelia and Caroline, will receive the Holy Communioa. Sir William Atiburnham, Bart, one of the CommifSonen of the Alicnatton�Offict, and Member of Parliament Haftings, is appointed Receiver of the laid Office, in the room of the" late Judge Jeflbp. Yeflerday hu Grace the Duke of Newcaflle, one of his Majefty's Principal Secretaries of Sutc, fet out for his Seat in Suflex, in order to keep open Houfe during Chriftmas Holidays.  ' , Lad Night the kight Hon. the Earl of Bradford lay at the Point of I^th, at his Houfe in St. James's-Place. Laft Saturday died at hu Houfc at Holly-Port near Windfor, Cornelius Hurophrys, Efqt a Gendcman of a plentiful Ettate: he was Standing- Wardrobe Keeper at Windfor Laftle to King James II. and King William III. _ Yciterday the Right Rev. Dr. Charles Cecil, Lord Bifhop of Briflol, was confirm'd into the See of Bangor at Bow-Church. Yeilcrday the Dead-Warrant came down to Newgate for the Execution of four.ot the Malefactors on Monday next, The Soldier b to be executed on Tuefilay, facing Somerfrt-houfe, and afterwards to be hang in Chains on Turnham-Green. ~ . None of the other Criminals are pardon'd, but only refpitcd during his Majefty's Pleafiirc."* . On Thurfday Night laft' thife Roguts found means to get upon a Flat about twenty Foot high from the Ground, over part of the Houfe of Mr. John Goodwin, the King's Pilot at Dcptfbrd, and opening, a Door that led into the Houfe. they went into the Rooms, and fell immediately to work in {tripping them of their Furniture, and every thing of Value they could meet with.' Mr. Goodwin was abroad, but his Wife and a Maiden Siller bejhg at home, the latter by fome Accident went up Stairs, and finding the Chambers in great Confufion, and the Doors open, the ran out upon the Flat, where fhe law feveral of tho things bundled up in Order to be carried off, anil looking further, ue perceiv'd a Fellow Handing very dole behind a Chimney, and very couragioufly fciz'd Aim by the Collar, holding him fall, and crying out Thieves, Arc. till the whole Neighbourhood was alarm'u and came to ber AlTnl-ance. The other two Fellows had hid themfclves, butjverc foon found, and being taken and carried before JufUce Snory of Greenwich, they were by bim committed, llrongly ironed, to Maiditone Goal. TfaeNamcof oueof theRogues is James Mathews, a Waterman, he has but one Eye, and confefVd be fore the Juftjce feveral Robberies that he had committed at Bell-Wharf, Newington, Tower-Hill, and upon Ships in the Poo!r"The others were lofeph Lucas, by Tmde a) Hcinp-DrefTer, and James Knight a Butcher. Yeflerday ie nnight Nfr. Baker and Mr. Green, two noted and wealthy Graziers, of High-Wickham in the County ot Bucks, were roiib'd between Hounilow-Heath and Brentford of 1241, in Money, and a Silver Watch, by three Highwaymen well mounted, and drefs'd with black Crape over Uieir face>, who having got their Booty, rode off. The time Day three Coaches were flopp'd and robb'J near the laid Place. ~ Edinburgh, Die. 17. Yefterdiy the 40 I. Plate, given by the Noblemen and Gentlemen of Midlothian, was run lor en the Sandi ot Leith j 3 Horfes flatted, and it waj earned by a bay florfe, enter'd in the Name of James Juflice, iilq; Lall Friday Night, as a Gentleman was goiiig home to fcu Lodging, he was atuck'd in the f ifhMarket by three Rog him, and was rclicv'd jutt in time, by the Cuy-Guard, fica* being kill'd out of Hand. Yettciday the Right Hon. the Earl of Stair fct oat hence fur London, with a great Retinue. Molt of the Mcrabe.5 of Parliament are now preparing to fet out for IjonJon._______ ~~ BANKRUPT Jolin Michell. of the Parifh 01 St. Bo:ulph without Ald^it.-, f.on.ioii, Mercer._______^_ High Water at l^ondon-Brulge this Day, ti n Muuui aficr 10 in the Morning, and 51 after 10 Nig'.t. Ytflfrd.yBa�>S*tkw�i39 h**tjfr fc� *�Of>* O& At-nibe. ioj 5 �tte. D*� Km *mMu gft. for the Opening. Thrt* f�r Cent- AlMhp 94 l� Mfllio. Ba*h 107. African 10. Yttk-liirigi 4. Rjr" A&anux* 1 half. Im** AGmmm i� i 4�- J*- Bank Orcohuk�a"tt Preta. Socrt^ea Bonds jt tfia. Tttm. India ditto +1 a is. Pxtw. Three pet Cent. !.��� Pre*. Englifc Copper si Wtfia dsao Boafa ftul> SA Tallies 2 1 4th per Crsa. Presst. f AT the KING'S THEATRE in the A Hay.ktatktr. go te^rAiy rtv, toe aids of Vmmtm, A R T AXE R S E S. , fit v*H �otts to be p�t i^s>W. �a4 eotttiom to fee aistitjil wfthcot TkkcrK �B�h �U1 t* ttifrvii tkas Day. m d� Osnst in the Hsi-MSr Jrrt. it MP  Riwt, cptfc. Oalser*  Bj cm MaJ a s.TY** CmmmJ, No Ptrtjs* vKitcTcr 10 tt ��!Mtt4 Mtai ska $****. , T� tqpTigrSix *Click fyfiisAfAJESrFsCmmsMi. AT the Theatre Royal In Covtot-Garden. on s*t�nisr oat, the' sr^sr oi Dtttsaocf, will ke ftsstMtC ao Opt:*, ul?4 O R E S T E S. Pit �ai Km to pot totetW. ��1 co rwrisak so N ildslilil without Til**, �itt be tfciiXrtM t'at Oar. �t t*e;0�i� in C>v��t OMea Tbnrre, *c ItaU' * Gossra tank. tVtt Cattrf �� Upper Gallery 1 *. 6i. By tlit M*jnTt'r Ctmwuni^ Ko Pc-(Lo� �6�i�iet m c� sfcaiiul feKii��U�1 By Command of their Royal HtghncflcS ' The Prtnceflb Amtiu and Cakoiihi, By tbt Compmj ef Fremtb Cmtduuii, AT che New Theatre in the Hay-Market� *^ Totnnro*, bneg tlx a�h oi Dcumktt, �il at smftswi a C�> "^S/EMBARRAS do RICHESSES. Tb �tkh wl}l tc aMthe 1st'"mm Cosattfr, C*fe*4 ... H a R Li fca IWtmsiiw, jU MttV f" ' Vtam for the ��*���*� be ufcwat Mr. Frib*at|i � J^fJ U�y, -�d f t ft* ii, md m*i glmi. A umiom Aua0u �f tStsi I'Kn Dr.Koikf. CMpEtio tot*# 1Mb* ot Vcar. aaj �UtJfea'oar lore* ft.s� was kl*> CMr4 by the Start. &c ' II. laittc tiUtttptt atSis.a'tcf ts�ro*2?. vQbeitnr l^Aatvoa Dirco�cvic*o� Carta** Birtjk. oc 8�unI i ekcWsfitttSaaof Oo4; fttcfk, mbvAitt tUftmdf poStJm Widower or  **tiimk>*. or tat CttiHiita, orwat maSm mt iSctHim the Bkuoi Virgifi arat}*� ttwOmi** m#bt* Ak iiawiisMili toctmid. ittm u.Qpttt, rr �a^wiafe*caa4a 9tmla clatasantel Cbnii. why ctlia sa ttm t9tb MMt, one Silttt Y*&m4 m� k'4 tO am' fcforrCca *. SHC umc SnsT-buS -M. p. a Mmkk *- r. �*9 srftw Vonimtt. ou �nk'i*. S. ft. trm SilverSpouat, coe mut*mn ftripmS m.ct Oat*imuot U#J* ' CV)f�h�. me c�' tacm Wmx ; oi ucm tusktkm Ure&m i oaa - -liioS twper T*tie Cktb mvVt ft. Q. fa* .irSKi OUpti TtUe-Cl'Ak� five Diaper NipVoa; 6�e ltJig�ti.�^%* ^� tgr �o>part tt��*e*\ li t&n*k'tztmitiiti, �> it,. Hkii�-t �rar�t:�r, ^ iti�-i�i* c*�wM =�** �l�,iJ�f.s/*t�*:. (*ur. Neril. jkiTxer, or to-g fr�l4� it i&* 4tr*. THAT all Palecu intlc b:d rt� tTir llparate t>H:r �,t ft-i-i"* i : i'-- t-e * . v.�ijr Ji,^ t-ksor,. Wui�. ,, jj. ! (..>��.., v, ,-r. a; - "xi *: �* =- r-iu^�. **a�b*��KU*rti '� bv " t�i �.'. .j'-^.r^t. -.U nr. Ut|�.'t *! -ii -*� f*�M�S.r, -l-.-cJ.Lii k.->:. i:.:> lie %ijt foisnL" ' 'V TWO Ku- ot h.i .r iiitx:-BuckltsJ v�]ist aJt AJvcr'.y'imenti in this Paj>er of a moderate Lwgtk fife j>: ;