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London Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - July 24, 1834, London, Middlesex IVEBSfE^DA^ Jul* i4. -73* T$erdaj drri^da Mail from Holland. ^:r^ Vienna* July 17. |H E Court having fame Rcafbn's to (uf-pect that the French and Sranifh Squadrons,' at f refcift cruiiing in the Adria-tfckSea, intended to make an Attack upon the Peru of Ti telle and Fieume,, 1 ftegteicnt of C�nTafflerr, aiwrtrer of Pracoons and two of Foot, are ordered to march thither with all Speed, in order to join the 3560 Creations al .. , teady there, and Cover tot Coaft (nun �mm t?ifiiif#l1* finrTfir ntiy attempt. The 'Baron de Stontz, SierW.Governorof fortona, j� ajriv'dberefrom J.taly, the1 fcft Advices fram whence Import, that th* Imperial Army 0j� �*ry ndraniageeefly cMcamp'd upon the Pc> between OWkJuasndRovcro. Forty Proteilant Families, pafs'd Yeiler-AfjJoog the Danabe, In their Way from the Upper Anttria, � $> fettle in T'tannlTania. We have Advice, that Hatfky Manapha, one of the principaI,Offi?ers of the Grand Seignor's b on the Road hither from ConlVa^umoplc, charg'd "Jra^thVljScutionof time very important Commiflion, Which �e bare the more Reafonto believe, is in Favour of this Court, a* the {aid Officer lias been ftrmffi'd with a Paltpoxt by his" faprrial Majcfty'* Refidant at the Porte. gain, J�h ~o= King Staniflauj has for certain left Ma-aenwerder. but it is not knOwn here whither he. is gone. Wc fcrlefrbM DrcjaVft, that the Elector of Saxony fet out from the tcth, on hi? Journey to Duntzick, where he oat eapiclcd as this Evening ' flic Marquefs de Monti is if ill deftly confin'd in the Muscovite Camp, and forae pretend to kaow here, that he is to be fern to Pcterfburgh. Fnsitbt UfttrRbixi, J'nh 24. The French work with t Diligence to retwir the FortificHtiona of Phi!i( iburg, hiveJeveral thouimd 1 lands employ'd in that Buunefs. We We Advice that a confiderable Body of French Ttoops �e inMotion along the Rhine towards Mentz. Prince Eu-{toe's Anny is at Brachial!, The great Bridge of Boats upon toe Neclur "has pafs'd through Heidelberg, and Hants at pre-ftat between Nevenheim and Hundtfhcim. The two Regi-'-awassxifttorfe otdcr'd from the Netherlands to jouubeLlm-jKhal Army,., are iniy'd., - '  frankfltt,- Jily \Tjs �ffur*d, that the Body of French Traors which has, tak?rN^.eir Rout towards IVfentz, conlills ef all the Swifc Regiments thai were before Philipfburg, of fall Battalions o* Iicuch drawn from Spire and-other Places, sad of moftoi the French Calvaryv amounting in the whole to Urns 40000 Men; their Defigns fqfrn to the Inverting of UeotZr but is notas yet certainly khoWri. , "' iftw/i JtJf 25. They write from Naples, that the Ea-f v aoaiait the island of. Sicily having been defnr'd by the � > ft.___i_ _r t"� -....._I____ , Seaakxds ro the Month of September next, > hen the Heats �11 he abated, Preparations are mad*-for fending a Body of jeootorfcwLcnfbaidy to af&ftthe Allek5 f \^ Z .Pom, 7��> 18. Latf Night, between 1.1 and t2Vciock, kfiacftCuiinian Majefty was happily dcltver'd of a Princeft, Letters of .the 23d from oar Army upon the Rhine, we ap^jtfMpj^ioe Eogent djpcahvp'd ia^he N^tit.bsQjveeJa itV.and s>d, and was marching towards Htude&crgi and ihu his Quarters were to be that Night (the 13d )Ja.t Ktr-fek. _ . .' Jnfttrdam, JbIj to~ VcRerday ntlors of (Hp Uail-India CompapyT of ti vcralof their Ships in the Tcxel, that bid aptSed, and not without feme Pain: -D^I, Jufy zx. Wind Wdtcrly. Hli AlajeftyV Ships raauo. Uun'e down and"fiil'd, Prince of Orange, Ducket, � liflwn ;-G�ar4}uke, Phillips, for Leghorn. Arrived, dvice to the Di-fe Arrival of fc-a long Time. ioncna, Adams, from Majorca i Fame, Hampton, from GalUmly ; ProfpecTt, Bowers, the Morrice, Maion, and the toodon, Dover. Irbm Jamaica ; --; Knight, from -Sir ciajing between the P.mperor and the Courts of riaaoe and Spain, is in a probable Train of Succefi. tlu SmJlncy the Count de Muntijo has for fbuic time pad con-nr*devery other Day with the Mumlers of State oainat Head; f^** ^car� that the Skctcl of a Convention having been at ��1P�*greed upon, the fan.o was difpatch'd {all Night, by eitraordinary Courier, m ihc Court of Spain. Vcfterday came Advice from Italy, that the Germans began to move out of theit Quarters at Rorero, and were in Mafth towards the River Scothia, vrhh intent to dfrert the Allies from the Siege of Miramfot* j fhat the Cboct de Cbnigfcgc is at theHf htmt and deratfuVd to recover the falie Step othis Predecefror I lb thai � fccOod'Action amy be expefibed ai � Ihort time. On Memhy Evening dtfd of his (Krd ApopJeaJclt Fit, if his Seat at Ockham in Surr)�, theRight Hon, Peter Lord King. Baron Of Ockham, one 61 his MajeUy's Privy Council, one of the Gcnfttnors of rbe Charternoufe, one of theS6ci�v fix^ ptO-pogiting the Gofpel in Foreign Parts, one of the Coauniffiou-erstor building fifty new Chutchcs,. and late Lord High Chan-ccJJor of Grcat-Britaia. 1 In 1708 his Lordihip was chofen Recorder of LondoO, in 1714 ivas made Lord Chief Juliice oKthe Common-Pleas, and SkriftftHi Citp ami C�mft if MiJdltJtM firtvtrl Pmidnt, tUtif *wf JSub Prji� Jkmit bviidm i*k fmi th* Offki rfmm dUtrmmmrfibit Citi, htjktUitUM$ if ft 4 tirar�thtlafJOf.it. miIfthuOtitrhdavnrImmlaask - // it �r*VrV, dmt it ht m {t^rwSSmm Afr. Cfinfci fiia, fiathtJk wot, mfi(TtU^ilhfvjJ^ttht t^tMmm. m ��f Dtftfii tf ��t Ptrjmfirmtf If mmimtti Sitrif, ws'ltmt partuttmr DtitSim tf ibit Cikrt. -)ACKSt>Hv Exci^Offke, Lo9doot ' y$f �7t >7J4i ^fHE Honour oik Cmmiffteiers �uh vaB it Jt&vtr'J mt dt JmU Ojfiit, t� Monday ti* zti mmi Tmi/dofltt tyi ItfktM, mtmiiAj Dajt tit C*Jt map t* fun at tht &xcijiQfrt. tmi mt Om Worthy, fti w*r tbt Cm/l&-tlm&. JhmjQ tt tx i*g, tmJjrjm 1 iittjnr&iTJJhnmWi tmimtlmDm, tftm+ frvm () t� \ Urn tht Mondirg. -- York-BuildingvHoufc, June 27, 1714. AT a General Court ef lb* TmrhBsMf^ VimfHf htU rt/triay, Ititmt Rfvtnxe cf Extift, is/up Resolved. Nem. Coo. * 7i*t tkGtnmmr tmt Cmmi mf High Water at London-Bridge this Day, at � Minutes after 5 in the Morning, and 28 after 5 in the Afuir.otu. Yeilerday Bank Stock 136, a 1 4th. InJia 14 s, without the Dividend. South-Sea I>�ding biock 79, a 80. (m the Opening. Old Anoustics 10j 1 half. Daw New Annuities 104, a 105, for the Opening. T. t r per Cent. Anuuity 92 1 half, without tin.- Dividend. Million Is ck 107 1 half. Aou. Sea Bond> il. 181 a zl. 6s. prim. Indu duo zl Cent, oitto J�m mt mtmj It tt m GtmtrmI CmJrft awi 4k* " Crcditon arc beirby mvu^ tberewso.'* Iht Gtvtrwr mmiCmttty j&jtawttimthutfinpwHmTkK, that tbty will atttmdci try frt&mjJ*],. mttbtir Htmfi Am Wm* tlnfitrSuttt. frtm 4 u 6 Y Cairi im tht Jtfttrmmm, fmtkmmtm tbt fmii RtfiUtitm. ^ ^ Chariublc-Corporatioo-Houfc in Spring-Garden. July 19, 1734? fHE CbarilabUCorporaiuu for Relief tf iufltimiPtmr. \3t. mrt 1 ttitUm Gtmrmi Ctmtmtdmji-Hmjt im Sphf(imrd.m, W tt'timfimf tit amAJmfmml, mt E/titn 0 Clock im tit Ftrtmtm, tfm ffKJmlifmm. N. B. The Report from the ittfpedoa Will DC I fore the General Court. Yard, were burnt down ? btfklesvery'muci damaging the Ship f , jm^. h, jtcsj ,j ;,.-., ,v -___________~- Tavern, Mf. Atklnlbn's *n OUman, Mr. Jenittng�5ULDl�g-T ., yitm",H.&* i^i,^r^m^4f� gift, tbe back Pin of JohtrVCoTeelioine in S^bcer LVn-, and � * 'Cbti " lbt *'� 6� � ntdv* fvpfi* fevera) other Houlcs were alio on Fire� aotlieceiv'd very great Damage. The Fire was fam on tltt fioYiim ToapkcBv ^ cidtbg tfpef aNboAwhicbliada Quanftry of Gun-pe-wdar in it, and tag (ante Blaft nappjlv iliBod the Fury of the Diftuler'a Shop, which othenvife oiignt have fprrad the Fhunts further in the Ncig>|bouxbood, (at the Btuldmgs were for the mott part Wood, withoat Partition Walls t and if the Night had hot been very flill, and great Help, with a vad Nmnbcr rf Engine* and Plenty cf Wacer, all Butcher-Row, and moft part of Ship-Yard and Sheer-Lane, in all Probability mult have Been oeltroy'd; but die Way being wide, there were ;o Engines playing at onetime, which inurely pot out the Fire by 6 in the Morning.. Mr. TebbsJasJdotber.SiuCTand Maid Servant, jumped out L of the one Pair of Stair* Window, not being able to lave any r^ing whatsoever. A Fireman belonging to th?Hand-in-Hand Infurancc-Ofike fell from the top of hit* GrovciVHouk, and died of the Bruifes (ban after t and three others tvere lb very much bruifed j- by the falling of. a Roof of a Houle, that their Livct arc dc-fpair*d of. - j ;"~~5s�& It's fcar'd that feveral Penbm are buried in the Ruins. The fame Mornt^aJbont Ten, another Fire broke out at Mr. NeedhanV* a Dittiller, in Princes flreet, Covent-Garden, occafion'd by the Head of the Still flying off; but was iooa fxtinguim'd by the AAuaoceof the Engines that weie fctch'J from the Fire atTernple-Bar. -;- lomcrrvwtbt X$th tf tiit Infant, bting tit eftning P�tlcf tht new Btltt at Sttfnty, tint trill it a ^ravd Ptal mt^abiut 1 i iCbtk, by Jtmt tf lit itjt Hamdt, *va*a frvtral G'tniitmtn will mtfi m tiat Otto/mm,, ami mfttriLarii iint at tht Sfring-Cardtn, ovtr-ejainfi fit Cturcb. ftbtruu there ixau a Parmtrafb in tbit Paper ef Ytfierday, tf a Man yJ� tool kilPi mearBrifisl if tbt Biii tf a f'iftr, iut think twrfthtt �Mgi, im tttamta Humanity, 10 arynaiitt tbt Puhtul, Um im jnti> AtiiuUrSalUdOti, mpfrJwrm It tbt Wtmdt iimmtftanm/Cim-if 9 A N .JH R U P T S. Richard Southall, of the Roroogh of Stafford, in the County of Stafford, Stationct-and BookCcDcr. William Hutdualbo, of Wdf-tlofc-Suaarc, near Ratdiff-Highway, in the County'of Middk&x, Maiiaer and Merchant. Peter Belt, late of Dorchefter, in the County of Dorfet, Grocer. _ Cliaritable-Cbrporation-Houfe in Syrtrsg-Garden, July %6. f'H B Court cf Committee ef the faid Cmr-�* fumtkm gUtA'tiftf. 'tout tbtrt ytillit f�U L AmJmm. m tbtir H*sjzi0SfriMg4Jar&*, tm tmfjmj tktyui fnftmm, mt lO +-^i^im-tbe--ftm*mM%-""^ A targe ^intiff tf Camitiih, GmrJkb, jfm JUIUtis, m fmall Quantity tf WodLn Cljlb, tt targe Qmmmmf Mm mmd H'enseni xt/annr Affartl, ttinttj I, iaatn/Sttfi, JtmtitU, �ur-ter'd7abb:ji. Sbagrtau,It tat i Silh, ritb Duammjkst *mm\ rti rnnd^btttrMihumdtMilk, SUA�amiWmjbMwk^ mi ikiaubt..Lm*,9*i �^1'%** B'i Cwtmiut, ~ oMd^mtu, Site*. labh-Ckd, mmiNafkm. P*m Ftvting-titut mtfi Zvari* i mjatgt ^gmmtitf tfwmmitPJmtm ani$n�j6sxf$, GtUandSiUttrWautti, CmrntSmmmmitAw" Stall\ fit iuGW. Diamumdmrnd Sttnt &ngtfBwimm. NttMmm and Fans, hift Diammtdt. Arte Sil\ tSe. M /tdg'itt Of fold CcsfvM.cn, andfmftififtr iruM tf SUitmftim, Notr, Hi Gtadi ft it frtm fittm Vmrjday tbt xyb hm%mmt� tbt time tf Salt, frtm t)imtbe Mmnmtg till-] mtNftbt. Cata/jgaes tail hoi at tbt Pint tf Salt, mmi tf Samuel E.lwjrds of Notflk*Strtdm Broker and jtuSt'meer. \ 7s. a 143. Prcm. I'nree per ! (l rem lu.gl fh Copper il ijj. I (| 'laliks 1 fcaif per Ccot Pum. � C By a new Company of Btrtignerj, at the btwgm Room at Pancras-fFeili, HE Dimfiqo nM OatMf mi An fe asnoaistytatimai J�oe **Am� efsaSVl If a�f Sett �f tkttttmanl wg^ User vttli Wmmium,mamtmm t*fc �apr.Ti �ral].iiftt�^ tmd Vtnttf ol ttm tiat. wia boi&aiJpii.m* Air ( kmVmnMimtarlinm, ^MiTSi jj^mm^mi tacotam*4mt4iM1miim& __i*w*o% "Hi* WiOia^irSasa** cM� tiirh ufonniSAMb whmh w9al*a}� a� niijilif iUlvertifementi in mt^mmmmwmwmmmtwmmwaammwamm* tbii Paper of a mdeeaic Ungtb are taken in at Tw�Sbillvi�i eaeb� ;