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London Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - July 10, 1834, London, Middlesex The Daily Adverttfer; WEDNE S D A Y, J u l t id. jW� the Camp fofore Jt-ly 7. e ire' .1 ftlif titles of Ag*�T*\ . , ini Saxon General, in /v..i; imnde- ARTICLE , Hli Foil of V\ ecliletlmumfe and t:e Wintcrlckantz ovcr-agauiil it. together with their 1 ortirkr.tton-, \'�wiki and Water* rtiall remain m die fame Condition as at the Surrender cf llic Plates. II. A� for the Artillery arid Ammunition that (hall be found in the Fort, (utiiciciH fiiall be lelt therein fur its Defence, the rcll tray be employ*d i�inll Dlantzkk, in lieu of that taken from the Ru&ao Ship* brtheFrench at F.lbing. _ HI,. Tbt-iVofifions found in the Fort (Loll be dlibributed to thciM* Armies in lucli Pro^mon as their rci'p;di�e Troop tcit part, in the Attack of it. IV After the City of Dantzick (hill be rrtfuc'J, arid Peace niftof'd >n Kingdom cf Poland, the Fort and Works de-^ji,^ thereon Hull be reibt'd to the (aid City, who (hall Mm &ct j^Garrifon there, and (hall be moreover oblig'd toA-lcnd itfainft the Enerrlie* of the King and Rcpablick of Poland. Till when, 'tis agreed on the part cf Ruffia, that tb? tidFort of V\>chfellmunde and the W inscrfchantz, fh-H be Kifcfi'd by the Saxon Troops, and the Dvr.'ence thereof in-jniflrd to an Officer of that F.lertoratc. The Ruluans Jail, hoWtver, have Copies of the Inllrucooa given the laid Oittr, kc. Done of tk Camp be fort Davtzi. i. Jurf 29, 1751. fnm tbt Camp-before Phkpjlurg, July 3. In tnc N.gtt of (itjothult. the Prince of Comi and LieutrratTt General Bd-lirdnit being in.the Trenches, feveral Camp .mes of tbcGre-ladiers belonging to the Regiments of tnc French Guards, ntrc ordcr'd to attack the, remaining Part of the Horowork, air Troops having Toine Days before giin'd a lodgment in eat of the advane'd Angles of the laid W oi k. Oar Grenadiers n* the A&ult with much Bravery, ar.d the Enemy re-nr'd after a flicrt Struggle : But their Retreat, it feemj, was only a Feint j for n,o iooner were our Men poui'd in. and ui-snphing in the eal'y PoiTcmon they had gain d of fo important a Place, but the Befiegcrs let fly at them"whh lb great Furv, that-few of the Party el"caprd to celt the News. C>l ij'Officers in the AcYion, 11 Were wounded, 1 c. Serjeants were kiU'.dor wounded out of 18, and moll of the piva c }kn had the fame Fat,e. Oh the 1 ft lnftant we demand*d a Sufpenficn cf Arms for two Hours to tarry off >.ur Dead, wkicn Was giawed ; the Gaotnor having, during that time, recyurlted a Drum to be (rat to him from thcCamp, gave him a Letter 10 deliver to the Marlhal'D'Asfeild, but we cannot penetrate the Controls of it. As fcoaas the Term for tne Suipenikjo expsr'd, the Fire was rencu'd on both Sides with cjpint. The Waters of the Rhine having fain alittle ; cjjr Attacks btjin to pronufc Succcls. We reckon to carry the Crowo-vark in fevfra' or eight Days, and the Place by the 1 jth lo-fUntl Dre/tien, July 6. The States of this Fleclorate now affem-kkd, have granted the an ottraordsrary bubCdy of Four Millions of Crowns for his prcfcnt OccaCcns. Tr.e Dnnands which his Majtlly laid before thrm amounted to a Jpedigious : The Ultimate of the Charge of his Army arthe Yearj 173^ 1736, and 1737. made up one Aructe of 7J)jooc)9 Crowns; he rcquii'd 6coco for a Supply of Gunpowder, 20000 for Repairs of Fortreflcs, ccoco Jor ketpwg up the fame during the thice next tucceeaiug Years, and 140000 for the Subfiftance of the new rais'd Troops of the Circle during the faid Term. Paris, July) The Particulars of the bte Battle in Italy tagrols the prefent Converiation of this Place, 'j'ufcnd, that the Ground where the AcTion hapivnd no: being above 1 50 Rod in Front, neither the Artillery ncr the Morfe lad auy ihire-wit. The Slsnghtcr, it forms, wis �vade by mcer Lhct of thsFire of the Small y\rms ; and-'tis iimvcifaliy �.unhra�'d, lh*t lb lirtart, (o terrible a lire, u without a Precidiui ta rlillory. The King Ihj ojder'd 4CCC0-new-Mili:ia to Le ni-."d, to 'j^F^SJke tike Number ta be inciupuraj^ wjr.h theTli�ulj.r i roopi, and rim L^yTrfTflje madfrvvithnut any to the Maritiffle ports of the Kingdom, *4*o have been alivjys hithertij exempt, on account ol thrir (uiniflkiiii; Suit^rt. J'-r itr Royal Navy. Yjrttrrday ten Alen per Co:np^�>> wtre^raughtcd Out of the Regimehtj of French l-iuaid�, to uplacc the Gfna-dieri who lave been kill'd Jieloic Piidii'iliui�, from wfi�t�re they wriip of the 4th luiLut, fiat our J loops Li J bcgj'i u> Mtrtj the Crownwork and l?ody ol tlu- 1'U.c. Mr JiGuc 3lDuin lies with x.5.. MeW of War in the Road of Btrfu cttrcifirs hjs Sewncn, and iuilrucli thtin in the naaaa oi SaErigageincnt. - ,*. BifUg, July ,0. On Thurtday tait the King of Prais*. iCcompanyM by Majors General Botenbroke ar.vl WiLdo. Co wnrl Deichau, Capt. Hacke hii Aide d^- Cautp. and cor or jAOxnort, let out troin Potzdarn on hi3 juurrwy fcs Au:^uxc&, rMrtitb, the Imperial Camp, Uz. Sa'iicarcol Opinion rfcjt bis Vlajclly U gone directly to the Imperial C.iaip, ai-d that 1 wiltamvc there as Toinorrcw. An F ay tiic M a.*cvue> a M11..J) cf J^pWni ro Specie 3. That the Danr/ickcr* flul! ^1..^.. ��Jge the Elector cf Saxcny for thru King, p-j: tte ^10 the Number ol ;oo cn!v, ia I'u.i'a:-1 ct tlx UiU WdOllva. 4. That their Unertir*. and all the, :d J�h 16. *f he Sttrte of Upland have this Day dif p^s'd of ail ;.V Civ:Tand Military vacant F.rrtploymrnrs in their I'rc ince. Th� PI ice cf Kifcal of the Court of ] ultiec is given to t^sc Aavwate Bi^ktot; the Regtntcnt of iiotl'e Guards to the Count dc becthetm; and the Count's Regiment of Horfe to Btfgadier General de linden; the Regiment of the late Prince c! NaiTra Rjegrr* to M. Boirrux. who was Lieutenant Colonel ct ne farce. Accxding to the Advices we have rectiv'd here from uRhine, the Imperial and French Amies lie cbferving aid tanntmadjug each otiier. We receitr'd fome Day* ago from Parti an Acrsirsr. printed by Authority thcre� of * long and Ujcjv Uar.Ic fot^ht near Parma on the agth of lall Month, bc-tw�n the ImpniiliSs cnmmanJed by Count ,\lc�cy, and the Allies by the Coom de Ccngny, which Acc^iRt makt'JThe !,ofs 01 theGeiraamtobe9or lOCOoMen, and Chat of the Allies no: halt" that Number. We have act yet any autheniick Ac-ccn;r:tj frens :hc Isrpcrjalills; but there are Letters of the 3d of tli:s Month fiom Maruui, which lay, the Imperiiliils had in-deed artcat iccco Men kiLM or wounded, but that the Lo'.s of the Frenii amounted to 1*5000. Dej:., j>. Wind E. by N. His Majtftv'j Ships ftilj rcnum, wah St. Pctcrfbutg- far the Eatti ' LONDON. Thrjr nrite from P��.it by the Mail which arriv'd fate !a(l Ntjht, in add tioa to C^r former Accounts of the Engage-menr near Parma, that the French fband 1600 Cietmxns lying r vyoaitded in the Field of Battle, that as many more were afietr v.zri- raicja during their Flight, and that a Number not Icfs than ciihjr, had cor/.e into~th(ir. Hands by Deftrtion, tlut they all agjec th-.� the Imperial Army was in want of every thins;, having receiv d no pay fifteen Days before the Action, and ifca: their Provisions wtre q-iite exhanlled 'a ihort. xht Frtnch, l>y fbmmingup the Total of Priibnrrs rakm a* above, and si Goaltalla arid other Foils, together with the'Number of Dead found in tlie Place of Action, pretend, that the whole Imperial InJanty is cither;'kill'd or taken. Bat tin :s fi:H fhir Autwtt cf the .i'fiiiV. They write ?:kewiic, that the Imperial Cavalry being about to repiis the^Poat Rovcro, tbey pujpos'd tocairy Regio, retake Mcieoa. and at length diilclvc-ilic Fatigues of the Cam-' paign in the Delights and Plmsy of that Dutchy. The Letters from the Rhine by the fame Canal import, that Pi ince Eogecr's Army was within a Muiquet Shot ot the FrakhKiiarnchn'.i-r.r*. b"Jt that his Highnefs's Artillery being only FielJ Pieces, did the Enemy no conuderabje. Damage ; that as to PhtSipfbjrg, a Breach has been made in the Battion X of the CrTw^rwork. and that Bridges were preparing to throw ever the Kbfle. in order for a general A Haul t. '1 is added, that fcv^-ral of the French gcneial Officers were Hl-oi Fevers, and w�ne. Botwkl.rlxnding, oblig'd to lay in thcii Boots for Fear of Prinie Eugene. On Sunday bit the Right Hon the Lord Edward Herbert, feec-si N?n to thr Ylaajuuoi Powrs, .wa&jnaiikd to.the Lady Henn�;a WalJeg-ave, only Daughter to the Earl Waldegiave, at Sir join Webi�S Hoaiic in Great Marlboroogli-ti*vvi-i wd the ct-xi Morning the new-married Couple fet out for Powis CaSle, the Seat of the Xiarcjuis of Powis. Wc hear �har the Lady l>owa�er OifFord died lately a her Seat in Dtvocihirc : Her Jjdyuiip was Daughter andCo-h^ir to ?ir Tbensas Preftcai, bf the Manor in Lancashire, Rn:. Wre hear that fcis MajeAy will rev tew his Royal Regiment of Hone Guards Blue, commanded by fcis Giace the Dukr ol Argyll, and the Royal Regiment of Horfc, commanded Uy the R.^ht Ilea, the Ear!of Pembroke, on Saturday neat, 011 tld-lingeon Common near L'xbridge. Ycleiday was fceJd a Court of Aldermen at Guildhall, when Mr. Wbadjcrxk and Mr Edwards, elected ShrnrTs on Saturday Liil. petiiKKi'd the CojiI by their I'roiicj to be admitted 10 fwtircff; and Mr. Whadcock being at Coventry, and Mr. Edwards in Bcrkihue, both very ill. it was allow'd them till Tcr-.'-ir.' next to tranfmit the proper Affidavits. I'fce tame Day Mr. Jauah Nichollon, Brewer, who was drai.k tj by Sir Edward Uccher in T7^it. paid his F uic into the Chamber of I .jaion, in order to be excus'd ferv tug the C't5;eoi SheTirT. Vcjirrday Morning came on, atSalters Hallj the F.Ieflion of a Tuesday'-� I^ecturcr for St. Uunflan't in the the belters iSotspcuy bong the LTettors, and ihc Rev. Mr. Wilfch. Mr Bcmrc^n and Mr. Watknrioo, the Candidates, whui rne Ma Iter deelar*d Mr.AVilfco to have a Majority of Votes; but a Pull U.ingdemanded on the part of Mr. Bcrriman, Mr. VV.u> iavicg dcclin'd, open railmg up the Poll the Numbers iioud thus ; * " For Mr. Berriman .  . � * t -d Mr V.',liba -;_ --t1 ic3 Veitciday in tix Afie.-nccn Jt�t Chambers of William Stour rtn. tic, Iv Gra>% Inn, were broke open by Pcnom u" kntv�a . Tfcey cock a*ay fcwral Things of conuderablc VaJar. �mk*es which they ecjoy'd uudcr tu.iuct Lu.>> of i ��Ubefecured to ihcm. Vcftcrday Motnkg died at hi* Chambers in Clcmtnt' Mr. Luthbridge, an eminent Attorney at law. � A.i*N. K R u P r. . Nathaniel fiurtca, of Olw-elUy, ia the County of $*mk Chapman., . _ | ..... ' .'':...v High Wa^et at tcodonTBridge this Day. at 1 Mint*� ter e, in the Morning ( and i9 a/tw; $ thtjAftciryoti. ' ^ Yefterday Bank Stock wu tJ7 J 8tl�i a?.. Iwfk 1*7 1 half, �,8. tortheOp-ning. So.ab.Sfa Jra^Swcjnft. a Si t half, fox the Opening. Okl AMwJtiei tpo ,$ otnt, a 1 half. Ditto New Annuitiea 106 1 baH; tbt the Openteg. Three per Ornt. Annuity 95, for the Opttlng. " Maiton Bank 107 1 half. A.rican 22 \ Yot^Buiaj�|l a j 4tha. Royal Allurance 96 1 naif. LoWtbl Ajiat$*k� ia"l itih New Bank CirctiUtwn 7I. io�. Prem. $0�tri?S*i BottJ*1^ 1 os. 2I. 11 s a 1 is. Prtiti. InSh ditto \\. t�. Prem; .TIM per Cent, ditto il. t6�. Prem. . EnglifK Cojptr ll. ija, Weifh ditto Books fhut. ' - S QUPPOS'D to bedropc on Monday the liri Inllant, from the Side of her Roya! Hlghnefs tlie Princtia or Orange, in commgrfrotn the Iileof ThMitt in St, Petei^f-Parilh, through Canterbury, Scldenburr, and Rothtller, to Kenlington, a Cornelian Seal lot in Gold witb Diamonds'atKl Rubies, on which her Roys! Highneli** Arms wai-HRrt*-Whocver has found it, and will bring it w Mr. Oliver Mig^j% Jeweller, in Portir Sttect, near Lttcerter Fieldt, (hall h�*� Fen Guineas Reward, and no Ogcfticmsfii'd; ':.-:.:.. T^Il.K Managers appointed by an Ail of Parhdf it it fit rxcl'iti^ivi th fl,Lti in tfo Vt'aii'ttMf Ct* M. l.::frty, .'nr.g \ - J 33. M Cf'tifirattt, ji'W.AVfw, tkaf ibty nvtU & Cniifi.tttif, at It'fJwftat tit \ yth t*fla*t^ fir alt Tuitti *ikiJ> 'fa'-vjt>7m\7e^^^iH^r"J^a^'dif^rrifmr~ to F> niitv tuxt inclujin, and mmtnut tiy J-uJ tf'afi sj Jtltixty to Stttur.laj tin lotb l*j'toat, fttn tin in ill Fenxpv* te ftw in tit Afttrnisu �f tact Otif, ifi'i^ tabiet ti*** tht Bbfintfi ef taking in Takttt to bi tnttrdfir Ctrttfi'Utt ti.Ui bt faJptiu/tJ,^ Charitable-Corporation-Houfe in-Sprtng-Gartlv'n, July 5. ' \ 'T'HE ChuiritiiMe Corporation for Relief of In- * Jijhisut fur, isfe. are tv Ixld n (jtnrtal Cm! at tbgir Ihuji iibj-wjaiii, m iFeJixJJji dv ictb Inji^n', at tftftn in tk Fortitm, to tat$ ibi Bullet */Vi tit /�//�umj� i^ufjlim, ?- Fhat thisCoutt higoly approve the filing the Bill againft tha late Coainiittcc-Men and AlJilbnts, and others whole Namat have been, now read, and of theoilicr Step taken by the Court of Committee, Im the recovering ol tiic Money and Effects du� to thu Corporation. A' B *Tfr Italfcf -will bt talinfam tlrvrn Clixk tt tv�. By particular Bcftre. For the Bent lie of Mr. H enrv Ts.i�c�, By a Company of Comeduiiis from both /& Theatres^ AT itie'New l^imre to the H^y Market. ihi> t�*j. bclag the I'jrh i�t Jitiy, witi be in.Uj.lcd * CuilkdjV c3�M The PRO V O K' D 11 USB A ND : o �, A JouRNrv to LONDON. I'uwblf, Mf�. hubetti; lun)i"�nll,Mr�. C'iufk* ; Mlrlf, Mr. 8u�> i Lady Grace. Mis. Kt.iretnico ; S'f Prtnci* Wriiagh��4"i ; Cwi n..llei, Mr. jf4irlC4( ki^e. v. ^w*t.ciuite , ciiW, �!'� lair tare, Mr. U -bcrti loKemf-re, Mr Hlo : Mf. Sluiks, Mr.'I'u'buit J JcOOJr, Mil'-� r-ri_^.il��-Siotk�, Mif� .|->oc�.  . . With. ErJulat'trntuji vj. Sittgiig amitPaKtijgt failicuLtrlj T;. circt Nf/nfh-UU* H-A*ui-ud, b, J ���. And. A te.eii aflfetu, b� M�hv� �rwr and M'f� J"K�. To bri^in ix-tctly at h If an.I (our after Six o'clock. ^f.' r'�r, a6d not he lit rjui'c tttoict'j, humr'Iy bupri hj. KiiciJ* e�tul� hit u.auios.'/> ii cm �* h, 'A fooui v i h ihkir CcnjfMuiy By a Wderday the Grand. farV at Hick>Y Hall fcunJ kven Bills of lodKtifirm. pjcien'd ^y thcOfaccLsof the Mint, ujyuiit a Gssg of tsotoiLui IrifLwoxacn, for C3ur.terfi:iii;^;"Trre com ol tfci* Kingdom. YeUfrdjiy at the Esicflian fif tht Ciirninal\ tl.e Rope w&ca tied op Ray {the Man who ktii'd bia Wile) broke, and Le (icl! 's Guard;. vvLo waj WAikang in St. Jamr-'i Park, a'.d vcj� uat^irL:') pjttlag her Hand to J.js liiervhe�, !'. it in an ItUij-; ib:o Lit i 0^0 l'c*.iict, out c' which the p-jK'a j .cry tne Nun's work J*^.'fc, vwrvti^ht with Gold and d.. r. Colour-, vi;.:!. it.n Mcco to 1 :eEih, fjjj jar J'.Knini la Clwitt fit Btzz-. J, Du3 ; tic I'urlc cuctiiii'd �h new Loan u' Gr�, tt.-n. li^ll G-ncai, ai-J a Gold Mrdjl of grrst Value. !..ivir^ cei cij: udc ti^e Kfa^y ot a Ho nan Kmpcrcr, �iid on the i.t:.>.; r-d: l--*'^ Wcrdi. Vistula jtapjia. I he Gentleman 1. -t i^eak.s.^ any Er.^dh. p furfe fi>;rn \ J�e in a "VJtlliJtpilfftfJIluiW isaf:Dail�^._ *�-(*. "*"tl l*��b 0�f, �|. ~ ��iy�r an Mi ur after 4 -:--- -.-__J..aay auU^p^rruii.ty .t t'"> �� h �$�lbt. LOST fioin .1 Nobleman's Houfc iri Grofvc-� ^rlqi� � J >� be, (�m nq Tiiirfi) a (quart ttr h*t tJ K'"it�. "Mis � Cicsiaf " " , 'id . Ju m-olc, with ntt Urn l'~ f. y -U f, *ti 'le vitwt ^nk ihe h�4 ot VVl!ry-t".�rW ul -n-�c n ic�i Cc .1 c (trce;t 'H-j it.cue 1 li riy nb>' wi* rcoii J. li , Q.,:\ t, i4 \Mi,t pi�� It ip the ?�>� �!�> b.M.*i tjicm. *i : ,�.cr v.ii g ,tf 1^ ic'lnc"", li'*'-'- >e �.-. .'I.lj :�i .� j i'ftio([� rrij |> ^il^�  ; i\t v.'*.-, r lb ;' �.-' �!>��. ci  � i '1 10 l-tr laf,j�r,. ..J  x. t. 1 flu "��. �,:. -I� ituto'U ;