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London Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - July 19, 1834, London, Middlesex Tejlerday arrived * Mail from France Naples, July a. |H E Galleys of Spain are faiTd hence wkfr a-*^lderable Body of Troops* which they are ( land at Ltpari in the Adriatick Sea, in order to their taking Quarters there, till the projected Expedition rakes place agairrit the Kingdom of Sicily, the fame having been defen'd tiil Autufnn, on Account of the great Heats, and that the Men need ionie Reft after the great Fatigue* they have biely etidur'd. The Count de Montemar, General in chief bf thtSpiniOi Fpk*s in Italy, having for hii good Services ecendecWd by hb Catholick- Majeily, Grandee of Spahvof die Firft Oafe'to himfeli1: and Heirs, and by Don Carlos rab'd m the Dignity of Prince of Bitonto, is made Governor for fjfcctf the Ciftle* of Naples, with a Salary of 50000 Ducats ^"pe^ait, July 12- The Impcrialiib, who had pafs'd the fo with the Remains of their Army, perceiving that the Mar-faalde Broglio, whowKfwrfuicg them, could not crofs the Secchi* for want of Bridges, have rcpafs'd the above-mention'd River at Royero, and arc fortifying tncmfclvcs there with great Diligence. " ~' Fsm tht French Camfen tit Rbint, Juh 16. Philipfourg js no* coming apace Into our Hands.. Tj?e Batteries \ye have fretted on the Crownworlf cannot foil of making a fpeeidy Breach, and no doubt the Governor will then Capitulate. We remark, that the Fire of tl�e Befiegers flackens every Day, which psoves, that their Ammunition is near an end, or elie, that the Garrifon has beVrt prodigioufly thinn'd by our Artillery, and the Slaughter of our Attacks. A Report runs cur-rrnt atnocgS as, that Prince Eugene is under a great Affliction, m Account of a Letter he has receiv'd from Vienna, wherein the Emperor requires him to fend 12000 Men towards Hun-pry, to.foppreb a Rebellion that hai broke out there; bcfides which, the Turks having made a Peace with the Pcruans, arc aiembling in great Numbers upon the Frontiers of that King- Parii, July 24. On the 17th the Governor o? Philipfburg _fe�40-delue of the Marlhal D'Asfeldt that an Officer might be permitted to pafs from him to Prince Eugene, to conlult with hk Highneis upon the State of the Garrifon j but the MsrJhal utterly refusM his Rcquelt, and order'd the Governor to be acquainted, ^hat unlefs he refolv'd inftatuly to capitulate, lad fettled hb Terms before the Batteries were perfected in the arw Lodgment they had gain'd in the Baiiion of the Place, he, the Maifhal, fhould lie obliged to gratify the Ardour of the Creaadiers, who were importunate with him to leave their PoScuuin of the riace to the tbte EfTcits of their The Governor having receiv'pV thb Aulwcr from the MaiOul, immediately demanded to capitulate: accordingly, �a the 18th the Hoftagw were exchang'd, and the Ankles of Capitulation having been fign'd the fame Night, the Regiment fir reach Guards tookPoITeffioa of one of the Gates of the Town. The News of the Surrender of Philipflwrg was traugbt to his Majcfty by the Marquis de Rencl, Son-in-I-aw the Etc Duke of Berwick, and Colonel of the Regiment of Sicterie: That Nobleman having left the Camp on the iSth at Night, amv'd here the 21 ft at 8 in the Morning. The taking thb Place b by fo much the more important, as the Siege for 15 Days paft was become extremely trouUvfome on Account of the overflowing of the Rhine, which laid the Trenches and Attack* under Water {but thefo Obll&cles were a Whet to the Courage of our Troops, who furmounted, with kaarprifing Patience and' Refolution.fuch Difficulties as were thoughunorc than�fufficicnt to have rai^f theSiige; nod their tltory b fo much the greater/ as they are become Mailers of the Place, in Sight of the Forces of the Emperor and Empire united to Succour it . * ; Vtrfiatki, July 24. His Majcfty having receiv'd the News of the Reducuon of Philipfburg by hb Troops, rcpair'd-cn *hc *^ia tie Moroing to the Chapel of theCaflle, where ft Veins m fong in Thankigiving for fo important an Event. Mon^epr the Dauphin was likewifc prefcnt. Hmtt, Jify 23. " Affairs here have af&an'd a ferious M AlptcMocc the late Advantages gain'd by the French ui " confequence of the Battle of Fauna. As twas known that thc^Emperor had hii bell Troops in Italy, and dot the " Allies had (hewn fome difinclination to a Battle, Peopl " lUfter'd thrmfelves that the Campaign would have ended " witbow^aiyaulded; Advantage 00 either side 1 But Ins Iin-, ** penal MajcftyV ill Succefs m-Lornbardy, iuxi double At-" ttntion upon the Bufincls of the Rhine : We are impatient to bve News from thence.ibr Phili(burg,vvegive it m XI^t '' ^ wneln�' P�P of the Frenxh Army foi-If, ii, wcli'rricve, ** * ^-ontwttiB. His Highnds's Army confills of 74000 The;.rinemy had 113000 when they commcne'd jprj 'ti^tmagin'A theyrdo,hqt numbelr to many at Wtfoit, for the Fire of the Garrifon, the Inundation of the -Rfcwr, Sickncfi, Deierrioo, �x. have each had their '* Share. --------- � *! tMr-^v�lpol�!,s Bufinefi *0re-is varioufly xlifcoUrs'd i fome that bis Excellency b come to �x the Terms ot Peace, **" which fhall leAoreEurope once more ro herl'ranquility j others *' f J5ten(,� ,*wt he b to concert the Plan which mult preyent yioknee to the Babncc oT Power, in cafe the War con-But all thele arc Reports, and nothing nfore. One ^ wng atone foenu certain, which u hb Excellency'* Inten-�** S?^10 eool�ntK >"� fonie time, the Houfe taken for his M Refidence having been hir'd for a confiderable Term." B**h JmJf 17. Wind S. W. Hb Maiefty". Ships ttill *l*^a- Arriv'd, .-, Hilliard, from Oporto; Chittey, �^i,1vl">^, L*8f'orn '' Two Bioihers, Hoplb^i, from La-Mt 1 Neptune, Campbell, from Jamaica ; Profpcrous Anne, l�llJtlng-Fork near. Whet Hone ; to reprieve for 14 Years Tranfportation, Nicholas Rildwyn, convrcled of robbing his Matters Mcffrs. Chate and Company, and Anne Knight, one of the: Coiners, who is with Child t and ta order for Execution the three other Coiners, viz. Mary Haycodt, Elixsbeth Traccy, andCathe-rine Tracey, nibs Bogie, who will b* drawn to Tyburn in Siedgss, and burnt to Death under the Gallows. Yeiicfday Morning Thomas Mai tin, Efqv Goldfmith, said Nathaniel Garland, Efq; Mercer, both drank to by Sir Edward Jkcchcrih ijiti, paid, their Fines into the Clamber ol London, and were afterwards, together with Sir John Lade, Bart. Thomas Walker, Jofiah Nichdfon, Edward Strong, Ralph Ratcliffc, Richard Chifwell, and Bartholomew Clarke, Efqrs. who had before feveratty paid their Fines, excus'd by the Court of Common Council from being eligible to the Office of Sheriffs. The following Gentlemen areflillon the Lid : J A CO B TON SO N, fen. Sutioncr; and Ilaac Pike. Irougmonccr, who is abroad; drank to by Sir Francis Forbes, in the Year 1726. JOHN WHEELER, Leawerfcllei j and Felix Calvert, Brewer, but not Free of the City; drank to by Sir JohnEylcs,. in the Year 1727. John Lantdel, Efqi GoW� fmith; drank to by Sir Edward Becker, m the Year 17:8. Humphry Thayer, Efq; Skinner 1 John Howard, Upholder; John T-ravell, Fifhmonger; and Atgil Eyom, Painter-Sttintr; drank to by Sir R. Baylis, in the V ear 1729. John Yalden, Haberdaflier t Richard Morfon, Goldfinith j and Sir William Perkins, Knt. TaJlow-chandler, drank to by Su R. Brocas, in the Year 1730. Robert Atwood, Draper; Thomas Wrard. Stationer ; Wight Woolley, Mercer j William dm, Merchant-Taylor"; and Nathaniel Newnham, Mucer� drank to by Humphry Pfrfons, �.|qs in the Year 1731.-William Powell, Cutler; Seth Giblon, Mercer) Abraham Atkins, BlackftTiith  Thomas Royle, Suthtnerj and Henry Collins, Vintner; drank to by Sir Francb Child, in the Year 17 J2. Percival Lewis, Efq; Draper; Benjamin Hoare, Etq; Gold-fmith ; Thomas Snow, Goldfinith; David Petty, Mercer; Jacob Tonfon, jun. Stationer; and Benjamin Moytr, Mercer 1 drank to by Sir William Billers, in the Year 1734. The new Election comes on on Thurfday next. The Building defign'd for an Armoury for Service of the City, towards whicn hb late Majeity,gave 500L b now begun in the Artillery-Ground near MoorficTds. - On Wednesday laft Ihree Horfes flarted at the Races on Hounflow Heath, vhx. Mr. Greenwood's white Horfe, ^miet-Caddy, Mr. St. John's Chefnut Horfe AchWtt, and Mr. Sea-man's grty Gelding Ftx-Htmttr; the Plate wab won by the latter. . Ycftrrday Brtk Stock t jfj i half. Indk 146 t nal^ 146, with the Dividend, Book* asm. Sootfc-5�a Trading Stock 80. 79, for the Opening. Old Annuities to; 1 8th, 104 1 4th, 104, a t 4th. Ditto New Annuities 10$ t OAket London,; July 17,1734. *T?11 E Honourable Cmmffwen of tii Md)tflfit �* Rrxrxrr tf E*eijt% Jtjig* t� nfif* at 6*�V, hi r*rrV Cmrtt Rem at tit ExtiJtOffitt i* tit Old J*wjK m Wthttfkef fAr 24/e Mmwtt ml 3  CaVI i* tht Mtnmn, jhtnJ PmmtitfT* cmtVataV Bit** *wt Grttn ft*t CtA* rmw mi rM/rW, Brmwfyt Rum, Gmtv*, C�Hti�! tTmltri ttmd Stmttk. PrhttJ jlMmtntt / nvHtb h *6vh>J mt tht JM O&ittjm M�Atr the izJtuU TmtJ&ty tit a}//*/���; � �4�VA Dati tit GWi may It /mt fr*m 9 ft 11 in tb* Mtm^g, mmi Jhm a till 5 m ttt Afttrmm t �nt sat tbtDii Ijftmk Jrm f � 12 � ttt Mtrmig. Charitablc-Corporatlon-Houfe ift Spring*----- Garden. July 16. J, *t*H E Ccurt cf Committee cf tlx /aid Ger* * ftrarrt* gH* iVifiif*. flat tltrt tw7/ bteJ h Jmffkfi, �t tbtirttaifi iw$frff*--6ifribti. i* Tixftaj tbr %Ott>U/ltutt mHt> ** CAvi in tbt Fertneea, _ ' A A l*r%t Q*a*titt if CamiruL, Gttrtuh, ft* fhffa*djt ii fmzU ^uamtittff Utelltn Clitb, � large l&umtitj i/Mtns and Worn*** -icMrfw AffartU fmtti Li^m^ii^t.BurJttt, ne#� ter'Jfaihui, Stwgww, blatk Silb, nib Pamajit, grttn. ni . M anJivl-ite fhb tnsaJidSiH, Silt axttWvfttd U*fi%fim fmpi M **d TbrtaJi. torn �*d ttkiifii,^Btd CarMiw, CttmtttfoMtM - �*J�>*ih. Sivtn, fabUCJxhi*sJKapki*t,Frwttra)>itirmfii- -Fnrlirg-pmtt a*d $w*rdii a tarf* Qgnntili tf Wwgbt Plate tal&isf kxtt. Gold and Sifotr U'anbtt, UermBa* eta* at*** ^ Stafi fit i� GiU. Jh'amanJ^nd StmRimt, Bultmu, ttrtUatll j* erj Fant, k�jtFHam*dt, Raw Sift, (je. AH fM^tf �fct 1 /aid Ctrp&athrt, amif�rfau4f*r -want 0/ RtJtmffmn. " 1 ~M Note, fir Gtodt to it fttn f,**7bm(fJaytbt tyb I�JtaiH* 1| tbt tmt tf Sa/tt frm 9 �� ih M*rmr% till j at Xnbt. ^ Catahyut H he bod at tbt Piatt of Satt, and f Samuel Erfwards of Norfolk-Street, Broker a�4 Aull'xoneer. . \ By Desire. By � Company of Comedians from tctb At | Theatres, . ; ,, ' .--iv'- AT the New Theatre in the Hay,Market, ihi> t>tjr. btioa ibe iftiS iST'JoTjrVWill U M> Council, madttbt lid Day ot OStbtr, 170J, pall, on irbifirt 1 2 o" Clod at Nwn, on fbur/Jay ntxt, thr zyb Day of tbii Injlant July, fay into tbt Cbumbtr of London, ftr tbt Vft of this City, tbt Sum of four hundred Pounds, and oljo tnuentf Murks tnmt towards tbt Mainttnanct of tbt Minijltrs of tbr frvtral Prijoni of. tbit City, acioidiit^ Us amtbtr Ail ofCumtntn- Cutneil, madt tbt 3/�CQda4�&-l^|& and tbt nfual Fttix jrvtry fntb Per fin jhalllt exempted firtm being elhibli tt tbt faid OJ!/ any Set 1 of fYrfofincc*) lege ihtr Mrifb V4i4ti0� upon the {}*� H.>p* riuobUnif.t'ulturu, 4(4 v�n i)r ds Ground-I>a�-tiiig, will fccfn ihu Dmjr. �*-trtiy * li'.t m Ituur aiici 4 -'* I :k  1 ihc Aftciaww, �ifumi � iatisf iheSanKnCf cifai. Tlie WhjlewiU*o�-cludc with so EniefUi .racat, w K'> � .. (Cihz Co mpany au Oppjnuoiiy of loLifc hoax: bt U*y- The Fair Di % coNsotA T t. .- Pfaelorc. Mrs. Roberts; Uiy&et,Mr. Ifte; Minerva, Mft. Ikctiim a TetrmMhw, Mr. Woodwa^: i>il|� Mil. 1 Cte��tar. Ur -Tuit�.�. ; nopUina. Mr. .UlU*. Wi.H � vw-w� The CONTRIVANCES: Inter mix*d Ti:> Tjji�',Mr. IHlUas. * y^* Ifttb Entertainments tf Danej^, M* jhab by Mr Oa��apar| auslMisVirctt^ The *wnt, by atr. Oattapon. To begin exaltly at htlf an Hour after Six 0*Clock. #�*/# 4*. Pit Xi. 6d. GalUry 1,. Om Wednefday next liiff it pft/tniei! m~nt*i> Of era, tmJFJ The Humours of an RkdUaa, tr Court and Country. To �at�imf (with fc�er�l Impnifcncnti fnee his rev J aaatallromkisjata IIO�!�ia Orai^-ftrsciJLwbtchi�j^fira�jLJkcrJ>^| tn*a thaio'd*j�a Opjo m Tabic, tvflpdWoptn'4 at��r, v b*fft lh� 1 CiivMltrm fsi �ke a*uo fereral other-f��p�r4rfioBri~witt"ti*"o\wrioJ'a'4 u> cVffiaftor irtcCh, by Mr.Cluret himbli. N�r, A OtMSnraaMaoropctfy quaWy'4 wlJaltcnJ ibe_l>�. For R 1 be l>t,lwi ilaSp) Suit*. O T T E R D A M, Tbe Mary Sloop, -V , Henry Harding, Commander, r- SAILS on Monday next, now lyiafai Si. Katfctrt!** 10take l4^& ka taken in at Two Settlings each.. ----- ;