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London Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - July 2, 1834, London, Middlesex .Si*'. " 1 the My Adycftiifct tlumk lei*; TV � S DAY, Jvi/y a, 1734. r:5�!:ie�. Osa-~of the Dorr.efiicks of the fckceiJc'r.rjrjfbcir.; ajjrn-ijujj its his Matte; in the Trenches, �at ki'o'd by a which cam- fo fc-.-.r iKe Prince, tfeaiisCtaik \vas tx?in in t'everal Piiaa by the Twigs of a C~.3-\ nhuh the fame Bill over rum'd upon him. The ffes&f c>: Bettifle, who commanded an ibe 28th in defending th; Hornwork, bad ibe Skin rais'd in his Forehead by a Mui-fatSdl, which likewife inghtly hurt his right Eye. The = wrote hire of late made several Sallies upen us, and wttn yawUukSccceii. - fmrit, Julf i. Letters from the Camp before PhOipfburg tmm, taat Prince EugcnVs Moticns :re thosght of lib irn-(trance to thr Army t'_-�.;� :hc late heavy lUics, and the flood* that iolbw thrnup^o, whitii they ex peel every Mot �est wm dtowtfiir tSrir Work; on the fide next the River. CyrGeacrals fufpecnng that Prince Eugene would detach part fffctsAfny crotstbc Rhine, in order to attack us on both Uoat once, has feet 8000 Horfc to difpute the Pals. The Tmpin the Neighbourhood of Spire are order*d to imrench tWaotKe*, for fear of a Surprize* 'tis (aid, that the Enemy'* Any toafifls of 70000 Men; wc have 85000 : The Ger-iaalafantry is not la good as ours, but their Cavalry much .faaK-^- HtuUitrg, Julf 3. On the 1 ft the ImperiaLArmy march'd ktiutcCoibmas from Brachial; and having paG'd without aoy ObSacle the Fored that feparatrd the two Annies, poned Aeaferfa jit Graben and Wieienthat, at wbich Lit Place is "KnlfeEagtne'iri^ JJatheJIain oppc/rrr ta the EnemyV Inamchments, and not ifcote aQnrtcr of a League diflant from rjseai- Mnhtim, Jntj 3. The ImperiaMs havc'raK^lcveraT ^Berita at Wiefeotha). and have begun to batter the Eitcniy's jbtnacaaenn. Tat Governor of Pfulipfburg made a (ally on �* ft Infiant, arH drove the Enemy froai toe Pod they had ��ie�ia the Horn work. " Jmif 9. The PcS due from Pomerania and o-e know not; VhebJ Letters from the Camp before Damaick fay, thatGc-aeol Meakh bavag been indue'd tograatrh* Magulracy a j^ytfan of Armt far three Days to (cote their Capitulation, * amc to hinuarj. the fecood Day, fignifying that King itaaium had retirM from the City the preceding^ Night; *^ooya> the General reneWd uubuuly llartflin�r^ The wac ixtttii add, that King Staniflaoi was at eroded only by Geafol Suinp&ht and a Valet de Cbambrc. T^***. 7** 3oAVmrl S. His Majcny** SkipsJriH remain : Abo Hydra, SfcenwlL from Hambouig, for Cadiz ; Provi-. too^AjajajJ^.C3�Bt b-j^'J thr ;;th. nx the 3cth of |T�*s by tic m�l crrdsuu! of IE.C prdect Actouuu, ^uc. TW��d 94C0 fJhf^Z �f SKdinii �ss gcae to 'lYrin feme Days befcic w� Anion, a> 'iviii ^vcc w py � \ iiit� the O^occa i botno fooner was his Back turn'd, than \wa� prcteodecJ hu Mijeilv had left the Army on Account of a flight Vlifundrt (landing arifen between his Majtfly and the rtvW Marfhils dc Coighy and Broglio, who had often beforepropoVd coming to Blows; But the King being cemfcious of having the molt at Stake, arwavs oppos'd any Motijns that feem'd hazardous or attended with Risk. "Liift Week arrived n Falmouth, the Cornwall, CaOt. Satrturl Skinner, in twenty Days from Gibraltar: he afluret, tUt Mr. ZoIIkotrre, hii Maje(ly'� Ambauador to the King of Mo-rocco, was gone from Tctuan to Ccutt with the Prtfents, upon Intimation they would be accepted. That eighty Moorifh Horfe wrre fent (torn Meqnitwz to cfcort him t and that (e-vera! Officers belonging to the Garrifon of Gibraltar, and to the Squadron, were gone op to the City with him. Letters, from Spain by the way of Paris bring Advice, that the Flow, confiding of four Men of War, was arriv'd at Cadix, having 011 board twelve Millions of Pieces of Eight. Yesterday there ran a Rrpoit, that his Grace the Archbilhop of York wjj dead at his Palace ar BilhopVThorpjnjtforkfliire, bat the fame U not confirm'd. ''ritttftainrJwweycr, that his Grace has been fo cbngcroufly ill, that fomc oftbe nioit einiucnt Phy ficians were fent For down to attend him. Richard Arundel, E(*q; Surveyor-General of his Nfajefly's Highway*, hath ordcrM the private Road leading from Buckingham-Gate toFulham to be forthwith new gravefdand re pii'd, for the mote commodious Faftagc of their Majcilies and the reft of the Royal Family. On Sun Jay lall Baron Calfum, Secretary of State to the Kinp of Sweden, who came over hither to be cut for thc^Stone by ivtr.Chifcidcn, being very well recover'd, was introdue'd to their Mijdlics at Kenfington, and met with a gracious Rcccp-tion. The latter End of next Week his Excellency will embark on his Return to the Court of Sweden. t Laft Week died at Edinburgh, in an advnnc'd Age, the Hon. Harry Maulc, Efqi commonly call'd Earl of Panmore j but his eider Brother beine unhappily concern'd in the late Re-bullion at Prellon, the Tifles and lillate of that antienj Family were forfeited. This Honourable Perfon married to his firll Wife the Lady Mary, Daughter to the Earl of Wigton, by whom he had a Daughter, now the Lady JDalhaufi l nnd afterwards marrying to his fecond Wife Am), Siller to the Lord YilcoudtGamock, he has left by her one Son and a Daughter. Lad Friday- Mr. Farrar, a Gentleman of the Law, at Market-Harborough in Lekerterfhire, eldelt Son of Dr. Farrcr, was married to Mils Hatriot I'arkyns, Grandaughter of Sit Thomas Parkyns, Bait, of Bunny-Park in Nottmghamfhire, a young Lady of a fwect Temper, great Beauty, and a conn- . dciablc Fortune. liii Grace the Archbifhop ol Canterbury hath granted a Patent to Wjllbm Folkcs, Ufqj and Edward Rulhwortlt, Gent, for the Office of Regifterof Ihq Arches Court of Canterbury. And his Grace has been likewifcjrtcaVd to prefent the Rev. Mt. Thomas Clendoft. M. A. to the Vicarage of Slurry near Canterbury, void by the Death of the Rev. Mr. Crane. The King's Plate of One Hundred Guineas it fix'd to be Run for on Barbara Downs on Wedncfday the 14th of Auguft. ._ ' Yeflerday John Phillips, a Boy about eight Years old, was committed to the Gatetioufe, Weflmintter, by Mr. Joilicc Mercer, for picking a Gentlewoman's Pocket of 3!. 16 4d. on Saturday Night laft, in Clare-Market: He hAt impeach'J fear of his Gang, the eldelt of whom does not exceed nine. Dublin, June 25. Yeflerday being the Feftival of St. John, the Grand Lodge of Free Mafant of this Kingdom met at their Hall in Orange-llreet, and proceeding to chufe Grand Officers for the Year enfuing, the Right Hon. the Lord Vif-count Kingfland was unanimoufly continu'dand doclar'd Grand Mailer, James Brcnan, M. D. his Deputy, and William Cobbe and John Baldwin, RAjts. Grand Wardens. Laft Week arriv'd here from Park-gate his MajcAVs Dublin Yacht, having on board the Right Hon. the LonLViicount Tbrrington, the lord Mountacute, Richard EdgecombP Efq: and fevcral other Perfons of Diftindlion. - Riidi- IJlanA, Marib t $. Mr. Charles Merino, Mate of a 5loop belonging to this Port, arriv'd here Ycllerday from the Havana, who informs us, that in their Pafla^ from Jamaica to Rhodc-Idand, their Sloop and Cargo was mtirely loll on the \ 8th of December laft, on the Mar tiers in the Gulph of Florida, having nine white Men and five Negroes on hoard; one half took to the Boat, and the other to a Canoe, which they fav'd with Difficulty, Capt. Thomas Wells or New-^dJErCa]*.^ Criet, of Newport, and three Negroes, went in the Canoe, and got to Land ; the Indians perceiving them, immediately kill'd thsfojij white Men and cut them to Pieces, but fav'd the Negroes. The (aid Morino, who with fix others took the Boat, were fortunately taken up by a Spanifh Sloop, and carried to the Havana, ExiraQ of a Utter.from J^maUm. " Our rebellious Negroes are fo numerous .that they attack �* us every where, arid arc not afraid 6F our greateft Force. "About ten Days ago they attack'd near a bundled Men, " mod Soldiers, carried -away theif ^Atp�. Provihom, and  what Plunder they plea&M. Mcft of our People fled. Wc " can get no Body to (land before them.." Wt bear that Mrs Alkitpn, 0/ FtmbvcbSt reft, WiJeH. 0/ tbi tatt inttniom Dr. Atkufon, Man-midwife, hat bea Bonus 2I. jj Prem. India ditto zl. 15* Prem. Ti�rcc f�-r Cent, iiitto il 9s Prem. English Copper il. 14v Wrhh Book* fhut.____ THE Trultccs appointed by Ml of Parlia- in.^ 101 c.a ibe rt.vii ir � fu lt�ro ii> HauiiiiC.f>i fttrjusnt to tbi *11 Qtd* tf~* Gt*er*tc**rt tf the Grnnv C*"4**f tf tt* Mmt JJvestmrer, f ��y.W, httd tht si/ Den*f rkit ii'intl; a Dkijrmt �f five SbMitgi ft? Start *� D*u tf y*,r, t,e.xt, frtn three t, fix, **J afhtmvmrA m evtty Tt-rfJety fattt tint t�fix in the Ajhnm*, fit Perm** 'fo***^; Chani.vblt-Corpor^ion-Houlc in Spring-Garden, July i, 1754* / T*HB CkmiaUe-Ccrperalion for Relief $ J** * Jnfirim Peer, Ift.etrelehdi* (kmrtt Cm* Hte/i tbvvejaiJ, n Fridge next, tie ttt hfitnt. �f# v.viMiin, ana ninuancs, ana otners wrwt nnia have been new read, and of tbeother Stejjs taken by the Court -Market, ** 00 Saturday otst, feeing |ht ufrll by Capi. vinmt til CemlenWd 'fillitw Mailett rajwn, wttUbillb� it j o'Chtk. AN Y Perfon or Perfons who art willing to Icrvt tlicfcvrml r�r.ih*� *t .\atnm't Kalfatxo atvteine Cat�, and vr. 'Icor^c the Mittjr Jojhe Ctjuaiy of *;rs, la id* Capaciis ol a Uiktr m K�Jt�� toe tNe remimi �� ran of (beiwrirtaC Year, arc l:fit'd ro attend with their rroivMltta WriiMg, at what Price they w;n do ih� tune, at i)>e Woriha*�ii it* lower fcad it Litile Gra>\ lurt-.B-w m rlitlaU t^iiib ot *i.Aaiit~w\ iMhotnabot* the Bats on -ncfj.-y nett. by �o ;''Cl cb in �{u rowMQg. DESF.RTED the 14th of June, 1754, from ~�ilhfl. T^�4,�� ragau*. Kcfimm of Ir�'e Get'w funyhi^ fij;b� brwn Hair, bi ffici nutrix>-mi� Com} ^ � �l.h..'i 14 l>*|,ftCfll [lie Oaie hcrtot", I c dull la par^^i' , uWtei rale, toifyimtt tlio laid Mark M*T'"> m any Goal, i..J lV.�6t\V;:,d it, Sj?yoa,j| Owtw, Hi)'. Ageni to tho abotcftid RC(ir�r��. �r ftitlili ec jlatr rcif Siho, -ot to Major Stnae, rocnf Fuor, Hcory Woollc^, bim at Greedier. Yutaif Aft. byTaaM aP.n.maWi', h�a a innnA y^cg, tair Hair, it a �rak �J fu'.'mmtn atraCI*. WHEREAS James Jones, of Exctcr-flrecc in iIm Parifb uf �. raul'a C..�irgar2srrii> ihc Cr-� Iowa, aoi aa A|.*^taeai iwrerf by ibt MajoTPa.� ur T- i*Mr�- tsaf-- Jaroci }�, lamci being tegaliy esnmca t> t-. i'>t laid AB*ptt**i We the laid alliioeat therefore debrc all Irrloi. *" ihortuii.dy ur Pei? flr* ��r altHC�r krfvfli of ibe bW J> Marta i;..*t>etd ra fl�4*i4 bltaie' r t-rfeftt i,Mr. Kobcri�*i -atrjrayai isTuakf (ODir, Curlilor, alley fhaoacry Uft. a J rtyi ut6t\i�=*�nttatiaaiaV-^. WHEREAS on Monrfiy the *4th of Jtmc l�it, Jnbo P>i�f�. a toy about I? Tatf.cU. laragOfiaCiw i��, Fcruie Wtlief, t^lks &��'� fca Oast w Crar'a letnr:. 10 lui laid Mailer, h* IhiH be IraJ^r ret;., d. a�d lb* tMC�kv�� ul g4n(j Hull b* maiee*. by bis l*i�SlJier. *gA �fcofe>. _ IVUliam LOST, or taken out of a Houfe in CJrofvc-..or.liia.r*, ihrea Bant fills H� lyi. v Cokau", brfrara on j Side vf al.c Heid, with fane *hi.c rbarc and ri taJaVa'fradMiL a-.i tnuen t>x Name J f.,. Va..acf�> ttaiafal^.4Jiha 1*4* Wcnuiil.'i atoieiu J, Us�!J f.tte a OuHtwttc, a^c jaat^attsaaS LO S 1, a large white Sjunifh Poif^tty, WiclT \ I fix* a aaj the orb*/ axtiUJ. -i . t .an!, i nti l p aaito tail � ;