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London Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - January 14, 1834, London, Middlesex it ni SaT they icfpeftive,y Pra? 10 WInd N*W- The EaB-Iirfia Ships Jt&bd tfccOutward-bound are under Sail, and the Pel-fafl. Nkkffco. �s g���c t0 ^ Remain, Mary. Ellis, 2toWk�M�:ts, and the Martha, Hancock, for Madeira i I Ntpw�.'^e^kct. for Prtttlmonth. Arriv'd, Mimus, Eara, J*.*** LONDON. ' ft cowfnoes to be afTur'd, that the Negotiations between Imperial Court and that of Bararia go on bri&Iy ; and Accounts (ay, that his Excellency Mr. Robinfon, the ^jA Mioittcr at Vienna, is order'd to Munich, to execute a QpgaBm on the Fart of the King of Great Britain. 'Tis nnded, that bis Excellency is to treat with the Elector, lor jjtbgftBcdy of Ttoops into his Majeliy's Pay ; but this may fUttCoauination. - To u*i> that there is at prefcnt (b great a Coldness between feCfcuiaa and King of Pmliia, that their Ambafladors have ' ax sppai'd lor knne rime part at each others Courts. People Iggfr, that her Czarian ^lajdly takes DifguA at the Honour aaat King ^tan.flau^ by the Court cl Berlin; and tome Letters Sbatif, that the Inter .having weight its Interctt in the (kuiai'i f riendflup againft the Advantage ryap'd by the City l&oa^ibcrg, in toe Concouife of Polifh Nobility there, has lUr'd to court her Czatian Majefly, and to oblige the Poles tltprt the PrulTun Dominions, except a Number of about Jimy, who are kit to attend upon the Pcrfon of King 'JtKauui. Lents from Petrriburg remark, that the Credentials which ItfBtu AmbatlaUor has presented to the Czarina, run in AtNimcoi the young Sophy, ami arc cmly counter-iign'd by �TfaV� K�ili Han as Regent of Perfia. This Embody, by itatottMsTrainof Attendantsandiumpter ilories, thews fat (call Remans ol the ancient Magnificence of that Empire, auieAiBbaffiKloi's Method ot Living does of its Luxury. ^ fhey wiue from Vienna, that tuc Czarina has acquainted iiEstfaot flic caur.jt hiinifh him above 1 zoo? Men tor the tsebg few i that (he has order'd a frefh Body of. Troops into .Mud, under the. Command of Lieut. General Douglafi a w ItMchouo i ands4hat 4hc is deteraiin'd to employ her wbo.'c * facta pat a fpeedfr End to the Opposition in that Kingdom, jfiiiiiBg-aH King�tani!U05*� Adftetcnts out ot the Nation; adtiut when Ac i.as accompliffi'd this great Work, her next TJcfluli be to pin eifectuatty in fobduiBg his Impaial Ma- tSonc Accounts from Poland lay, that the^Pahtin Kiow, akconiffiar.dj t!ie i'oliih Army, having taken a Dtfgull at sitattTianfactioib oi bis Party, is cache Road to Warfaw, ttukc lis Subtriiilions to King Augurtas The Primate fa^t in his Confinement at 1-icing, and is dctermin'd the tVpttitorsflull decide their ConiciU uforc he declares ranher "fma Eugene interJing to appear again in the Field next GtSpim, in cite tuc WJf continues, and having enter'd the jfckYor of l.u A^-, is baly msking his WiU, and hasa-atted the yco.ig f ruice of Carigtun, Coirfin to the King of wink, lor his Heir General. The Nobility of the Empire fare made the Emperor a free Gitt ol 300000 Crowns, to-�Jl4defraying the Expences of the War tor the Year coining. Tkoth great Mortality of the Imperial Troops in Italy, ad d the French on the Rhine. Tfct Allies having threatned to aft offenfively agiinft the jS-Kcfaiaijas fooa as thcSpanilh 1'roops arrive in Lombatdy, Jj J�Jtb� they will wen attempt the Suge of Momaa, the For-Avisaso! that Place arc repairing with all Diligence, and b^pnes fioring toi a Garnfon ot 16000 Men. Hekar the King of bweden has dechn'd the Offer made of becoming one of the Mediators ol the prefent DiiFercaces lEoope. Jftgcrday the Right Hon. the Earl of Effrx waited on his IWi fnd kiis'd nb ITaiiJ tor thjs Commacd ot Lieotcuam �Wnl Evans's K. giincnt 01 DugOoos, toimerly ojmuiaiidrJ $ ii� Loidfhip's Father. ;Wt hear that tlcTruftees for taking the Impcrwl Ecun, ^uVHon. llcrauo i'owriihrnJ, Etq; sir Tccoaure jajfilhi, �^Sir John Ikdilitote, Baa... Samuel lloldco, Eiq; and 25* ^^>0� Elcj; and that the Subfcriptiun was Ukcju in of EngUwtJ on Fiiday Ult, and was fully tubicnbM "wet hours. 40� Sunday Scptu'pht 5*. Efc,; Uniil, t died at hi\ Houfe in Derby. Darcy i^jl -! >-�-v.t to Sir Maruiadukc W>vi!le, Bart, and Pwaothis Majnlv's Duties oflixvi^iu Derby, A.V. Jcfksdsy - Man, Hlcj; Wodicii dr^petto hi> Majefly. jj'y*rkd at ti>e L Kuich inCtutch^d I'ryars toMifsGrcgui v, IfW^of Mt tirteoty ol Biihcpfjiaic ilieet, a very emi RgWttfbary Factor. ^ �fNtwTwbax. 1! P*e Board It" t. t .iwcok bed fo vciv bad VVea'.hsrthe 3tb ( they wen cbhg'd to cut all bet Mails . i" DMvi 10 live the Ship ; and thj-y are gating M11U7 to t.f*fg he* about i'� tocn as the VVcoaicx .� InV *"'tC ^0ra n,outn� t"a: ":c 'itc ^:orm throve t�io L?*^'-i cf Wjr m UanHiiouz fiom their Mtxjringr, L_t .�toe or no Datusge, by 1 caioa c! the Goudn-ii 0: tae tt�tie being a great Depu* ot Muti, or \ovie th�.hv Weach fiJc of lhain.iKJ Kiter, to il?4 \i> Itii'y �* Si'ip*. in ofe they fhccU ^1 any i�ae dii*e or: 1 K> bkc IXin,age. 1 Y^X''C" *u Llt!" f'-m '7** �" JfcaerdAy cainc iuta i$,i> lUrcoor, iii-: NcpttiL.-, Capt.J tcotn, itt 2� i)ays iroin Cadiz, bcucd lot lxinJui, i had t*0 ,\ivn wafiYd over t>aid. Ti.e Cbrcndu.i, *n, fur Lonjon, fsoin Jamaica, pancd her Cj �'l iftlhe^Wll ~ ~" " Carpenter, and (bur more of the Crew belonging to the � F'rsfnd's Adventure, with an Officer of the Cuilunu, going * Yeilcrday on board in ordrr to fave fomt of the Cargo, the *' Ship broke a-('under Jail Night about 8 Orqo*CIve iii /Ucr.jnt tiom Cadiz by the 'htl Letter; fiom thrr.u*, ti~it il.c Nc;;h Capr, Cape Grabai:i, �j> arrik'U there ticm AiiijitiJ-ir., but ut very .moth eaten with (he Worm* wl.i':. iLc by m Amrt:nlam, that it Icem'd �>xt to a Miracle he* �!ic got tMti.er, her Bu;tom bciog like a Huacyu�r>b- It was .ix-k'j ujvd t.urc as feeb an extraordinary lnit.iutc at Diniit Jiuvi-.me, tlut tie 1'rirfls acd-Fiui> came down in 1'iocillcn io the \ eCi J, and every one took a Piece of the Wood to put in tetir Ci uiche�, m a Jokta oi the Gaodtieit We have an Account by the Stormini! bound from Cork to Phctntia.^wuh a lading of Beef, Pork, Butter, &c. was c.\tt away ori the Rocks at Golden Bay, near Cape St. Mary's, having on bottd thirty PaiTcngtrs, who were going on the tithing Account, and,about twenty Hands belonging 10 the Vctltl ; nmetcrn Pcrfohs took' to the Boat, and got fate to PUcentia ; thofc left on board cut the Math down, and made a Rafter along tide the YeiTel, by which means they got fate to the Shore ; but there tving no Inhabitants hear tha : place, or Pifbermen on the 'Court, they had all like to have ilarv'd ; after travelling to and fto many Miles for Seven Day* on the look out, living, moll of the time on the Herbage of Me Shore, and Berries ot Shrubs, having a Pewter Tankatd, they were oblig'd to nuke it Icrve for a Kettle and drintaing Cop, getting lire by the help a a Clatp Knife arid fame Gun. i*oivdcr, which they fir'd by fluking the Knife with a Stone, and fo lighted fome pieces ot Lumen * being at la Perche. torn* Leagues diftant trora the Wreck, in a my weak Coodittori with Fatigue arid Uurtg-rr, a N'eiT.l from Batnftaple making the Bay, law them on Shore making Signals of Diftrcfs vvith a white Wbaft, and taking 'cm to lie French, kept cff� but giving Information of wnat they had (tax at Placentia, one Kobctt'Traveife of Cork, that was laved in the Boat, fern two of his Servants round by Land with a Guide and Provifions, and himtclf, with fcveral more, went off in a Boat that was going to the Wreck; hi, Servants and Guide arriving fome Hour* before the Boat to their Afliilancc, found one John Jennings, of tho Well Country dead of Hunger, and the rctt mutt toon have folloxv'd the fame Fate, fome of tiiem being much fvvoln and -wy-fick ; tiic jjirfbcrt1ThBm7~ittter being retrefit'd, travetTdb/ Land to r'tacciuiA, and the others were taken into the Boat. //* that tbit Daji HjpDatttr% m U'ttUf Psftr, rM> ccrnu% tbt Pspijif a.r/f Protijtant Inttrtft i�'aff fmrli �f Emnft, is thought , for the Opening. Old Annuities 105 7 8ths, a 6. Ditto New Annuities 106 1 half, a ; Sths, for the Opening. Three pet Cent. Annuity 95, for the Opening. MilW� Bank 10IJY African io. York-Building? 4. Roy*l AlTuracce otPt 'half. London AfTarance 12 1 4th. New Bank Cuxulatioo 5L io*. Prcm. South-Sea Bonds- 31. 17*. Prem. India ditto 4L u. a 23. Prem. Three per Cent, ditto 2I. 7*. Prem. ErMLfh Copper 2). VVeifh ditto Books fhut. Salt Tal|iea J c 8th� per Cent. Prem.__ - African-Houff, Jari. 9, 1734-5. A General Court of the Royal African Company 9* afE^lanJ, willbt btldat tbtirHwft inLtadnbaUjirttt, on JFcdar/day the 1 5/i Injlant, at 9 o'Cud in tit fartmoa, fir tbt Choice of Govtrnor, SubGtvcnor, and Dfpaiy Govfrtur, fir tbt enfiting Ytar i tbt Vittt to bt^tttgbt in l/tfiuxtn tbt Hmrs of g and 1 2 in the Fi/unoon of tbt Jamt Day, and tbt Qboiit ttkt dtdard 1 itmtdiatth afur tbt cJtilim. Aid anttbtr Gtnttmi Curt will be btld at tbt fumt Plact an Tbur/daf tbt I bib Jtimitt, at 9 dfilock in tbt Fortm-jn, fir tbt Qfakt offivtnijfaurjIJfjlmBtt ef tbt ftid Company for the mfuing Ytar 1 tbt t'eiti to bt bwtgbf in befwteu ibpftwri of 9 and \ l u tbt Forttoon of tbt Jamt Uay, tbt Cbiicr-viikereaf"mull bt liinviji Jtt I.eadinhaUjtrttt, a titirt fatthular slUbiti-t of tbit sltfuit 11.il/ be communicated to then. "I By Order of the Court ol Alfillants, _RUhatd Spene\. hi i n 's x h a a r it i\ m i xi itic Kiivtis ji tin* I K14 in die *^ Hay Mulct, ou rhurl'uy acs:. bcinn the idthDay cf IiatMUjr. -.11 be iTK A B A L L. Tickets ivm l>. dclivef'd m the Sotritibei* Ton>i.io�. at White's C1iay, (he 14.fi ut Jtcus'y, �i I be pci-forai'd �o UlbrlA, c�..'d A K T A X E R S E S. Vi. * J Mt>ie� tt j)i.r l- fcc tier, and 'O I'crtoai 10 tx anittti will.'Oi Ti�.kc��, �h.^h w�:l l-s . as the O&t* io liif il�|-.Maifcoi. h�l'  Ctunxt .-skri Oillery A t^_, B; hu .MaJ t ifj'i Cctfnutsd, \^J~~Z-.~~. . n.i t>eif 1 nri-�(c*ei c be tdru>i:cd Ltdiad the ^cct'J era: Dtj, it �h* OKsM w Co�n.i O.i ca TUir*. at H�lf � Cuiac* �*th. luU CaliCrj 4*. ;