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London Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - July 18, 1834, London, Middlesex 4 a. THURSDAY, Jvti {I..I7J.4- iHE. French Troops winch were de-| tach'd in Pursuit or the Imperial Army, � haw ottig'd the Garrhbn of MirandoU to Mire thence. Prince Lewis of Wir> I tewberg has been cart kd to Mantua, in cf Jer to be ctrr'd of his Wounds. - Hague, Out lad Advices from ihc Rhine, import; that the Im-pctiaiiils hive nude tbemfeftes Mailers ___ of an Ifland in the Rhine, which may Mrtiwysinwgwa Po� to them } that they ha+e found EL to fink a grand Comtry of Ptoviuons going to the who wanted it fo much, that the laid baft has S�^^"i"^"�^^'^^**i,y-'' The iamfLet- IB*"". . . , ___lia. Ii-.it fiw, ioasjd, that Prince Eugene hat bad fcvcral ferioiu Confe-KBCts with the King of Prufiia x and that it is generally be-toM fWfhri Highneb has engag'd ha Pruffian Majcfty to give ' rhis Zeal for the Emperor and Empire, by iormntgan ', jocoo Men upon the Mobile, which fame even pre-, tad toty.'thV (aid -king will command in Periim, having fffafcimtbePilnceof Anlult-Deflau.; ThePoltof Roufien, ttichthe tmpetUHlU rook from the French, was guarded by i�i Dragooafj who being furpriz'd by the Enemy took to -ffitfct with great Ptccipitatjon. The Prince of Conti com-,/iwfcdthe Fxcnch Trpopa at the taking thejCnmnwOtk of I'flttBpJburg, and planted the Standard ol fiance upon the (aid tfertt with bis own Hands: - Uul, Jati t6. Tbtootvra�d.bouh4(aird lalt Night, but -} de three AdmiraUwitb his Majeity^ Ships remain. Amv'd, > Aorta Cxtar, Hartirwfl, ftwn Leghorn; Catherine, Bloom, .IrceVOpartD. WindS.'W. -,.Jkstf$ ArrivM, the Neptone, Capt. Campbell, > Wtk#tkoi, Cnpt. .Jdfcry�i both isom Jamaica. ON D ON. ��;bum hem.Pwh confirm .the Capitulation of PhDipiburg, r'adpeanon .that Count Wuttgrnaw, the Governor, obtain'd Jtie U�rty ct marching out with the ufual Honours of War j ' v Ww�bug'd tft repair with hi* Garrilbn to Mcntz, .whither 4e>'rtach coadopted them under a itrong Guani, the Majftul J/Weftk �tr^ rrrufing to litter* to any Overtuies of their - feiagpjlrmkted to join Prince Eugene. . : FijMK Lefte�-from the Imperial Camp on the Rhine, " Notice of a n-naarkahlr lntcrcouxfe of Civility .which m between his Highoe& Prince Eugene and the tfAsfcildt the French General: The Rhine it feema ^kk-and muddy from the caxt&ve^Flfcods, and-ths.teprrhMabiJng in PoOcffiea of tlx tbk Spring* tlat arc ^Aenbmrn^ the Mantel (em a Coontry Boy to rfutr Camp to Pitcher of Spiii)g Water.' The Boy had not pab'd fcia*d on i-nfpicion of" being � bueraaking load Aflerdotts of bis Innocence, the Noilie tfde'Apudent rcach'd Prince Eogcrje, who caut'd the Doy to a; brought immedrately beiore him, an^ being' foon convine'd �fiw Simplicity, fent bim back with a dcjibltr Supply of what fc^W, lindtr a !>afe-Guard to the very TLihp of the Enc-ny.iTheh^iihal D'Asleildt was ilrack>ith%ion Eugene's Ftbtrneb, and inunediatrly fent bit Highndi two Mvki laden _wih Byorgandv, who accepted the lame, and return'J the Abides b (he Muihaf, with a Peefent of Tocluy. ^x Aetnrding to oar Letters from Bruff^ the three Pprfons^*ffrf W'*^ . whopsh'd tut City on the lOthJntUat, in �'Coach and fix, Sbiitu TaMt-Cbfii\and ffafUmt, PcviiratjBrap eneefwhom w^Mpcticdtobel^SunulaM ----- Praace, proves to be three German Nob! ere en, who are going torheCooftof France, to execute fome Order* from jbe Elec- tor of Treves. ^ LulTnefilay the Right^Hon. the Earl of Crawford, one of the fixteen Peers of Stabnd, arriv'd here from Edinburgh ; 4ndYcfietday hf waited anrhrir Majetlies at Kenfingtcn^ We hear that hisMaj-liy hath been pleas'd to appoint the fcidtatl to the Command of the Regiment of Foot late com- ttsndtd by the Right. Hon. the Lord Cadogan. . His hlajefty^has been pleos'd to appoint the Right Hon. the Earl of Lcven, tor be one o* the Ordinary I^ortCToTSeffioa^in ^land, jn the room ol tlv \xa& Gunge. . ... On Todiby Night his Excrlkncy 3arem Spare, Envoy 'from the King of Sweden, rrcciy'd an Expjcfs by ancxtraor- ouuuv Counrr from hb C'cuit \ aiul Ycturday Motruog his KtOrllfBcy went to Keniingtui, to communicaw-the/ante to haMajcdy................ ........ ' YeiUnUy Ra'ph Ratcliffc, F.fq; Lorintr, drank to by Sir Edwaid Eccchcr in \-z% ; Ricr^idXhUwai, Efcji Mercer, drank to by Sir Rubcit Baylis ia 1729, and Barton Clarke, �% Cooper, drink toby the preterit I .did Mayor, paid their .,f inuinto the Cisambtr of Ixjadon, to be excui'd from being J$$f*!lUb3 CSk* ofSheriflj. �� Hut Day wi:l be held a General Council at Kenfington, wfcea Mr. Serjeant Urling, I^eputy Recorder of this City, will attend and make his Rt^ort of the fix Mak&fiers now . Under Sentence af Death in Newgate. _ LnftTuefilay J0I.3 Howard, of Putney, Efqt a Relation to the Right Hon the Karl at Saiotd.was married to Mi6 Leigh, Daughter and Hcire&of the laic-- Leigh, f-fc); ol Brentford. ' On Turfiby came on a remarkable Trial at Guildhall, be-|wCcii~an Innkeeper a: Grafcfend and a Woman of the Gtme Biate, who was to enjoy a confidenhle, Annuity, to be paid her by the former to king as (he could keep a SECRE T. The Woman had been tame Years his Housekeeper, and the Secret was the Settlement which he thought proper to make her on Account of her Stmeti; but it ..happening that the Innkeeper married foon after, and the Hou&kcrper being obhg'd to nuke room lot the Wife, her Rejcntmcnt, it feems, prevailM om her Intcrefl, and the Secret, as 'twas ui g'd, was uohappUy bbbb'd. But the Jkry having tnoroughly wrigli'd the Un/t of the Ode. and being of Opinion 1U1 the Pi W cvion was jf*iudt a Verdict w�u in favour of the Woman, ad her Annuity it to be continu'd. Their Majttiei km beer, plris'd to declare their Intention of oontmuing all the Stunowrii Kehfingtoo. On, Monday tail Week began the Races at Ddrham,_j*rSen a Porfc of Consent was run far by fiii Yean old Horfca, &c. and, won by Toltt H�ttMJii,.El(|t Chefrntitiorfe Creeper. On Toefflay the Purfc of 30 Guineas was won bjr htifr Bern RooUv's Bay Swot Colt Tout �ome tickk n�. OnWednef-day the so Guineas Pnrle .was "wt� by Mr. Witty*s grey Gelding Beaux t and on Tboribay the 60 Guneas was wxitY by Mils Judkh Rooth's Grey Scone Colt Nutmeg. Mr. Maitland, of Pitreekte, Adroote, it apfoined Cbm-miflary of Onrfgow m North'Vritain. They write f rotn kNe*(aJlle^ Uat two Me* walked thither for a-WAger onfriday laft, from Bkfihariet, west Whitehall, in Cumhcrlanc], which is aXKftahceof 70 Miles anddsrwirdt, and perlormM the fiune in jc/.HJMrt And h Quarter. � OnTuefdayJaft Mrs! St. George, a celebrated Beauty, was married tttan eklcrly.GeiuJb�ao>of a good fortune.  � ' .  ' High Water.at litWidon-Bfidge.trds Day, at 3 Miaotes after t in the Morning,, arid 34 after 1 ia the AfMrMiab.: VertereUy Bank Stock 137- lw� **7� *r ^P W SourJt-Sea Trading $irxk to 1 half.  Opening. Old1 Annowiet-jtre,. Ditto iSew Aanrnties toj,  i 4"1*' tHeOpcnbg. Tnree per Cent. Annuity 95. �r the Opening. IviaiwnBank 107 1 half; Alri^ *i. YoA-IMJ-ings 2 3 aths. Royal AiTtiranct07 3 4th�- >*n*" j*T" jance it i 4th. - New B^kdrcuUnoa 71-"��� f/^' South-Sea Bonds jl. 14s. |^^l^.!liW3l:^W.fw,,^ Three rrr Cent. Jitio , 1/1S�. Preflt. EnglUlSC�y,� tl15.. WeUh dnm Books ihut. ' 5   fexctfe-Offiae, Lpmlon, "TrHE Honourable Cotnwtftoncrs of tit toajtjlfi 4 Rtvtma�fE*tiji, defem H txfcft h Sab, in'it* Cm*' Rom at tit BxciftQjfin i* tUdU-Jiwf, �# tVtiti/AAi tbr 24/0 I*Ma*t. at 3  Cfol i* tbt Mtrnm*^^wr*l Pantb tf aiKdtMHi&Jt*a and GtttmJt*,G$*t rmwaMnaflttljBramfy, Pruttd^Utmmt / nMik �ut/r h JtBvn'J mt tie fat J Ojpct, en MmJaj lU a lYW IhtfJmy tit eji hJlM, m kkBirb Dtp tie Qmb mmy be f/t�/rtmp t� 12jf*rt|Jli�*i/^,: .msd from x till 5 irn tbt Aflttmn* 1 and am tStDsfif $*U jr*M 9 ta 1.2 intb� Marwiag. ---- . . Cbaritable-Corpor^tion-Houfc in Spriog-- . vGaiwn^ July 16. THE Court of Committee of the /aid Cot- "* poraiimgip* Notict,,1fyit tbtrt Mall ftftU bt Atttian, at tbtir Ho^ftimS^rg-Ovim, mfutjk\y t^ ^cultj^ant, �,|Q �' Cieck in the fwtnttm, A largt w $ili, &e. Jll fleagd to tbt faid Corfmatitn, dndfyrftittdfor want tf Rtdmflkn Note, Tbt Goodttobtjitn from 'tbmrfday tbt z%tb Infant to tbe lime of Salt*Jam.9 utthMornirg till7 at Nigbt. ..... Catalogue! to be bad at AtPUrt of Sab, and tf - Samuel Edwartj^ of Norfolk-Street* .. . .Broker and Atitlhneer, fo be SEE N, X Ta tbe Long Room at tbe King** Theatre iii tbe Ifo* Market, -THAT fuprifing Piece o�. �** "flrVwiI'd iht MlCllOCOSU, tt He Wnrld 111 Uiaiiiurr, Until fioiQi'd by Jkmif Uridgtt, of Wjlttuta-Abbcftf HH�. 11 a 1 be mill curios lud m� aifir. �ii4 btcidtii i� the ttd* Ci taut. Tr-e �bofe J**?ty bcaofifuiiy toa^et'dalArchiteOtit, fcqlp ore. ttaikg, MuCtk aod AOroaotBir. tcc^reing to the belt �.�� ��d jryiwf^wiih *� Varlecy ot mat jr�ures. To *ip�rt��laf Vcwptionof rhU voo^ifx: Macb>"c in jit its Par* *oMb�andiih, iiwwwhobi�t fcro ii dttlmn^ ih? Eater i atjin�e�-CvrB4ulf thaoBhr.~~|rfW^s|Jf W'thti ana fui pri�� �U ibat te�nd hear rt,�i4ai�t� a �qc��u�a ��*>" simWlw. tt u Ottma ra any tWo or tttxe. (torn Tea ia ibc Mo��mJ hxh 1 lie K ghi nun. .K >b�r� Koi faticn.rur tuc rSa;n^ Fuuodtcub. V/hoettt t�� luu. d (be U'4 Bo�J�, auj t��fl(w ihrm in Mc(T'� Moaic aitd AtmH, roaken. io ('Cci-llicc:. U� uk'j, ut ia Piopufttua >u( ^-bs ut ibc ii>u Bun. i. piyMc 10 J*fyi7* �7J4* WHEREAS John Newman, late of Queen -fenre, Weltailalicr, Cvffi* M��, ii dHeatVJntet*4, that all Per loot (to *ftoe� ih* fii, within 14 Mr* oett wi(kbf, brntt ia thttr, rc^ftire acc�b�t t�4 DkomwN to Mr. A:Mi�yi, r�Oth*> itttts. Weihnisfier. iaeT^tatheirsyeg � were a*r�iftfairbrtd toth� bid JjJi� Ntwmi* �the that of t>ki>M�ft^s wtmtettwtMCM^ttaM, M* Mhw�u* ifaty will be toad, - , :A , > � - AL L Ptrrfons indebted to the Eftate of 5ir . ... jr*�'i* H*r*v*�f*Bet, dc\easV, are tiooit'd torh*hh to pay ttnr rerfiraifc Dctut t�.>tr. Th#tn8� ai.roftc, Aircewry 4t U�, ia ��bp*n Use, U*4 or ibey *iUUfued aV�ikrttiC " ��JoC., - ... j rraM>*Mfr�MlM|. 5T&� � to givt Notice, jhM^~ U RIN G the _Race* of Hounttow, there wilt be l�ld an aflembiy ai Painait-Huisfc iu tfleworth, b�-sjiaat t Tixncfrow the iOrk |ntt��'. No Vwba *ha.���r to bt aMtcdeAkfi ipimdufd tra4�b�>*j� fWay.OotUik W Sou*, }i fa+U to b� N�nC;dat rhe wattK^uie at Vit{cJm\ whirrneair tl> Vowhw�K�pd ihir none �iU telcit'at titetormir Wbsrf, no f^nM�|irOVdmrtfdtT\��tt bemont,' C^wn'"aM* itablu *I{ rcnt tardea, � hf tfeBfenk cin/rivftf j lhe r�4 WiliiataXiftfham (UtaJingLktr. ��a�lw'�) � Oowo ��d Hahir M�^�, '*� raiw-^'d iot|>� Star ai cnfi f r r^i^�rrH�^ElifiBe� lor oifi'*>�'ef utaor. Mi�*'. Cml pin, &c andMluplsii* Cities* . Town*. NbVtNC�i � Collechi.tf; �n Hirchin-lvc. fn m Ten bJbeMS!Q*>t. �W fcM r� thsr'-aftttpuoo �!� I>a|, to treat with fuck PdHUta �(halt wai.t to bare Wattr nW4, well �> i* ii� COuaiTf, tb�._v (jfaiiil oi�*aT�lai�*d in Proportion i�mo>�jtua duuh'e. [AVI N G for a long Tittle patiently heard aaia'jw* AdMrufnhrtii. puWiiVd by it>i jauntat fLraikf e AVI N C J tbe tuaiaUM a.-d, af tinil n� . >rd�|r Brother Cifftftopfei i'lutbbrtk. u^aeunac da aukf tbat tbtrt nntt was #��/*�> ftittf'tCMdftX *�tmy fiA& Umber Cbitfltfber. tbjt/.n'd bit fmt wiikibimm bit Bmf�t)t, ortt nbtmbtetmmuMicted tbefifoft Brdaebrt matinmebu Agiitsit ttomCt. wbtribjbtntMrnttltltJaAbtM ~^btf, *J f�i7i�* at titSisptftbrbh+catJittbitt andT%&* tel'tUetdjnft'iiJtttt, Abjm*i/tf Vittbtr. Ornvdma* tbettmtrpft afbtTiafmAJtr^tTfattitu attiOmtMitt of mi.Jbmmtmtdn�tttb^ebi^t^rt*AbTtJt *$M bim &�' rttcbbtcb, mu>i be (iaid at tUI it a . ih r t,3 ti Dtttb. tTfcOKAhll TlhBATIV ""^ X�ian>!^iiho> M.*r, >73t. btfote RlCttaBP aftOt**. To be SOLD, ~ r^f Govn-Wdrehouft, at Bakcn CS#�- �fo�/f MEN S Morning Gowns of all Sons of fcttt, Bee^^r^rria>Murkty-�ilksTr>reai $�tU�L ttetsk-aaEa^rW, Wcffted-Ujauuki, flo-tt'd aaekh, Calfr asiriiTi. riaps faoam fur M'Miraiag, with D>f}aOowat ot all forts, � h. a. fiaaiawOowwof all SarlH ortda alter ihcecwrft *af iih crcai varkt| of Mans Vcl�� CaMaadSalhet. The f rite - each down. dldveriifcmenli in tbu Paper of a in Lsngtb are taken in at Two Sbillingi eatb. ;