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London Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - July 31, 1834, London, Middlesex The Daily Ad WEDNESDAY, Jult arriv'd a Mril'from 'Holland* laft Nigtii one from prsitce. from the Imperial Army in Italy* July 22 1m�9S33�Ssi~H.� Fatigues wo Fad sndergocc and p. '^r?^^ ^�-"��B^i! 1 tigucs wo .f.aJ undergone fincc the Batti.-at Panna. ir.sdc it recpiurc to fet a part (be 10th Intlant as a Day of, Repofe. On the 1t th, Ccunt Konig'-fegg arriv'd herej. to take open him the Command of the Army, in the ream of the late Grncral Mercy. The two (iicceedrng Days were fpcnf in reviewing the "1 roops, ar�] in lending away the fupcrtluou? Artillery sod Aromn jj^itoMantttt, ** fikewife pot heavy Baggage, &c ^t.fot CountKcnigfcgg, accompanied bySeveral General OSctu,' itovey the G:cjnd at QuipgtnasW'ra order to form'a Camp there. On the 15th, the Garr^rfi of Monti-Qjoegalo arriv'd fife at the Camp, with {^Pieces of beavy Qaio; IgfeitQoantity of Aremunitiorv''3fHl fix Pontoons. 0o*�'i6th, we rcccfv'd Advice, tfeft the 4th Battalion of titRjpBitrit of Gtattd Majler, eopollioscrf 1200 Men, � jfoae'd is far ns Mantiia, arid^during this Day and the next. K'jSBTSTi'lanBJa" all fhc^cviJisrts we hid been able to get frttteai both nd;s/dfe I*o. On_the iS:h," the Army SnVd marching Opkit, and the Camp at C^ingensekj being tSagltf a better Situation, in refptcl to the Ait and the Health rf tte StWicry; our Ticcp quilted Rcveio. sod arriv'd in �d Ordefat the former Place, witluut the leaf! Inter-^ the part of the Enemy. The Right Wing of _ extends to the Po, a fen!I Mite from the Piacc tfce" the Sccchia falls into it. The , Left reach** to the * jjjtjj, of * deep Canal. The Enemy ii-,-s cnvampM on ifowi^e *he River. On the 2nth", fevers! Mai were t^i^d-BNiBls Wells for the Convenience of the Army. Oa the ai2, tne-ijcncral detach'd lomc Parties of Troops to gOBBflitre the EneteJ^ and to difladg- therh from tome Caf-fas*(� Fann-Hoafe) thiry poSV&'d cn thi? fide the Sccchi*, tiich they abandorTd upon" the Approach of our Men. "We jaarr'd (he fame Day ibrne~Mofjon in their Camp, and bc-fcsrijvrri! Pa:r:� of their Troops, which had been difpers'd in Qaent Ports, join'J at that time the grand Army. This Dy the Baron de Pailant was detach'd Wiro^j^oFoot, an J jtoHcrfir, towardsthe Mirandda, m order to ferye as an Efesrt to feme Artillery and Ammuniti*-n we �xpec\ from tece. We hare Advice, that the Allies hare tent a Body of T ccpstocke PofTefilOn of the City ol Modem. A-Wm, 16. The pulce our Sovereign having'hem kWd, that the Troops of the Allies had taken Poifrtl-jn Rtgjo slid Rubtera, and were advancing towards this l*lacc. Ls H^tnefc took the Ilefolution of retiring to Bologna, in the EKkfafikalTcrtirory, and is accordingly gone tintinr, toge- , tkr*J4iheyoang Prince and the Princeffcs. ________ 4 iktti*, juh 22. By the Mcttoh CbunrTCocigfcgg. made co the 19th with his Army, this City is iuurciy covcr'd from " I tUAsKaipSTif the Enemy to betiegs rtT"TwoTfnag� over t^rokKpopcn the CommunicatkxLbciwe n the Army and ifce MiDtittti, from whence they arc fcpply'd with tbc gfeateit pit of tseir Provifica. Jtlf zz. The Train of Artillery we lent hence tleutft ln*mt, ii airiv'd at the Camp ox the Allies upon tie Eatieu of the Sccchia. Th- .left Wing of their Array fctrhb along the Po as far as San-Bentdit 6, where the King f Sardiaia fcas hb Qjiartcrs. We have Advice from Modem, tfcst a Detachhjcn:'of'French Tro-^pi having advane'd near Jjiat Cify, the Regency Came to meet them with the Keys, lX11^ ianrcdiaely after, put thcra in Pofi&sn bt the CtLidcL Ttefreach have kft 130x3Men in Garniou in the bttcr Place. ( fitm, Juij 44. The Court has dt-tnanded Leave of tLe jApj^dyen^ffcr the PalBge qi 6 cr -coo Mea threcgh-, I tieltnuory of that Repaldicjk, in tlxii WayTiota the TiiuJ � tie Mamuin-: They coniitl of two Regw�sieuajLJiaSiari^ I BSofHeydakwrfflsd 40co Creations, and will joinmitant Caast Kcnigj&�s;� Adt>v. Prince Ragoki ictu J privately irotn hence a few Days"ago, and 'tis not known what Rout k h� taken. He had tetided. here tor tome un?, osder the ^^ideijHiJQittde^Sinf Carlo. Dantziti, J*}*]. Veilerday the thirteen Deputies of this J&y �we admitted to an Audienc: of the King, and-the >Mdw RUStBbwg;-berog Ifar'd his Majrayin a fitie Harangue, that the City of Danr-nck would diiljnguiih itfeif for the future, by a pirtiadar A:athmtntaod Fidelity. Mofl of the Pclift Gr=cices ha-riM fifctoft'Jthc lattrument of Submvtuan to King Augui'-us. ladtaken the Oaths, have bed the ilcrxwr of kiffing ha Ma-m/'s Hand j ilofe that reSu^'d are fc� to Eibii.g, Tn^ Gtast de Munich has confentld, that the Maiqjiide Moan Wfbe p at Bruchal, b on hit \Urch io*atds this Pl*ce. He kfe lent Genaal Petnich beiorc him, witn zozo iiurfe awl--Bittaiioas of Foot, to po.t thtmfclves in the Nci^'Jo^-*�ed ol Mtmz, and ti.oogLt his Ilighnes* intends eotoiiow bis Artny, in order to cicf'i the K^iae there. '! ucona-*�ny reported, that eight Ba:tal.on. have been order"J 10 Aw*' thtmtotva into Briuc andtnbirg Tfce Fretcb arc 'Call)' emienchsrg theintrlvcj a: Sk~-t L'lm, wo logues of Meniz, and'tis U.u*d that tiu-Siege of that Fo*n filidciinnitfd Ttitn^ 1'he Marftul a' A.-eiidt ha> icpci'i rtekhine, �i:h 72 tanalluu, to W.a the Pody of Troup .u tr'off ; and therefore be defifM the (aid Count Go!o6kin% good O&to in rrprcfiRUng the Matter Wvm Court, and has wen rr.treated the Stares, in hi* \U&cyi Name, to interpofc like-wife their good Ofice% who^rccordingly lent their Deputies Vefierday toCcant GokAJdnon�tha'j Sabjtit. Deal, J*h '9- W. iby S. H� Majclly's Ships, with the c�twa^-bej�nd, remain. Arrived, Albany, Bryant, from Ncw-VofitYAnne, Novicl!, from Trapany; and the Duke of Carpbridge, Direll. who faird for Holland. Several more Shipr^rrir'd, but we cannot I cam their Name*. L O N DON. rm fremfthe Strfrghts" advifc, that the Peace between rrea: Brirain and the King of Morocco is (liil in Sufpence. They add, that the MMcr- of an Ecghtb Ship lately n;ct 14 French Men of War gcir.g into Cadix. Private Letters from tlie Rhine advife, that Prince Eugene has fert to acquaint tfce Eleftor of Mentz, that his Electoral Hrghnrfs nerd be under no Apprehrniions for his Capital, for that he was marching that way with his whole" Army, and (hould be no idle Spectator, in cafe the French attempted to form the Siege of that Phce; and added, that in caic they cculd not be diverted by other Means, he was rciblv'd to ntk. the Event of a.General Bittle. _________ Yefterday cthe Advice toTown from the Coutt of Pctctf-borgh, that herCzarifh Majdly hasdcc'uir'Jtliat tlie Dctrntion of the French Trocp.t was by way of Repiifal for the kbliian Frigate taken by the French Fleet and carried into France, th.t it was not ner Defign to elude tfce Capitulation at \Vcch; kllmunde, and acccr'ir.^lv the (aid Troops, together with the Marquis de Monti, (liouid be corivey'd to Copenhagen as fooa as ibe could hear Ust hex Ship was released and feiu back from France. We learn from Letters by the Way of Holland, that the Princef* Looita, bound to Mocha, in the Eall-India Company's Scnric-. was well'at the Cape of Good Hope the zoth of February laft, not having^fcil ana Man iff gey Piiugr, She left the Dow-rrs the 4th cf No�mber. Veilerday wes hclJ a Court of Aldcrrarn at Guildhall, when Mr. John Wheeler, Lratberi^ltr, �nd Mr. John Travel!, Fubmonger, eleelnl ShctitB on Thuriday lait for the Year enfuing, were admitted to Uvcar themfrlves not qualified to ferve the Uid CCcc. as were alio Mr. AfgiSi Evom, Painter. Srainrr, and Mr. Robert Atwood, Dr.pcr, the two next Gcn-tiemen on the - ' We hear that there will eat be another Common-Hall for the Election of SherifF* till the fird Thuriday in September. We bear that her Royal Higfcncts the Piwctis Amelia will Tctarn ibortly to the F-aih. Charles Debfaye, Fi'q; who i$ (aid to have'd trie Employment of Undrr Sccr.�y cf State in hu Grace the Duke cf New-cattle** Office, has only quilted the ordinary Uiijuicli of Bufinets on Account of his ill srve �f Health, but istidl to have the chief Direction of the Office. Cfeas'es Dclafaye. ;jutK Elq; hath obtain'd a ReverConary Gram ci� the Office of Tarkr of hi� M�jrfly^..Wanes-.iii--Uie. Cattle of Dublin, a Place wenb about 3001. p^r Annum, now icpy'd by Lis Father. I ad Sa*ufday their Graces the Duke and Dutchefc of Mad- , borco^, arrrv'a at tbtu Scat at Althxop in ^orthamptoidhire fieri Scotland. Mm *re bard at Work in St. James's Park to repair the Mall, and to make other neceffary Decorations. : Vefleiday Morning about 5 o'Ckxk, a Fire broke ont at .the Hoeie of Mr. Ncth:rwood, a Baker, in Tfames fttcrr, near Btoken- Wharf, whidi burnt part ol thailloule backwaid, deilrov'J the Oven with the Room over it, and coniuit/d a i^uantity of Faggca in the Cellar; but by the Diligence ot the Fucmcn was (oca cuisguiuYd *�bouuiny farther DamagCi On Sunday iViight lalt a young Friluw, Apprentice to a Lallmakrt in St, Mnu^t 1c Grand, atuck'd a Gcmkuun m King-llrrct, with intent to rob him i but the Gentleman re. fiiUi^. lie endeavour*^ to make orf, and being dalVly pursued, ^was'tjkrn, and is fiacc committed to Newgate. IV{ htat thai Tlimat BtfJL*, Bain, in Sacltvillt-Slrttt, it maJt fiuitr tit tt-yal Higbgrfi tkf Priiut (f We/a. Ok Mir.Jay ttt ZiJjif t'-is lajiamt, tUit ry, vfin Dubtn-Hill, mink iiuj ilcx cj tkt laltrr: Ar.d tbh Dtyjk.Jnirr" lie 31// Inf.ant, th* fact GatS(f!tT3 Oft to f/*y ia-d^Arl'lUiyC.iqunJ -"h'ltTasrfiifr. 1b&r^ttt a tJtejj&J^ffa Grcund at ufmli a/1 Pit u-.t are dtjir'd 19 If if wtUul jidt ef tbi Jam*. 'He Wititfi to hi fJUat by&tt v'CUci. Ail Ptrfini art dtfu'd fiT riffle the th* Pyd H&j'j lard. B.jii.1 in Xfw-E^LtsJ. Mat 22. tail: Friday being ap-p iw.d J>y bis Excellency for celebrating the NupUili 01 her Royal Highnefs to liiC Pr;rcc oi Orange, one Jit/n W.lbrr, oa: c: Ze^l to ccriiriLute ro the Juy or rhe Day, knumga gtaf.GiOLi)^i^f*4�-rJk. Qmxk&.i�fk.Zte;' ��* .�4i�v_off to much of both Lis Hand:, tlat it it fcai'd he will lore at trail o&e of hir Arms; but to ciJnJou Lim ucder this Uii Accident, Gcvemcr Bclchrr, and the t icntlemen about han, immediately rais'd icciL to defray the Expcnccof hif Cure, acd 10 make fcim fomc litdc Amends. _ Cuftom-Hduie,' London, 7�|y 24, 1734. Br $ A L E% _ By Order of the Honourable Commifficncrt. of - His Mjyctty*s Cuiloms, W*, - . ON" fl'eJncfJtiv the jib cf Angufly 1734; nt 3 * Cl*k in th* Ufttr***, tUtt it txpm'i � Sair, hM �f C�ndU, in iht U*g-Rttm *t tbtCttfm H**fr% '� ' P*rttt ^&*� \4^*/k Fmmat, �mf v* &i Ator*i)% "bt/iri tH* Safe. A'. B. (Catalogue* to be had at the King'* Wiuthouft, , Monday the c,th ot Angutt. r i'orlTBuililirigs.Houte, June 27, 1734. a General Coutt of tie T&hBaitdit�t� * C��/Vir� btU 1'sjltrdty, it ni�t* fr�m th* Cvrtfamt Crtditari, tind trtat ivitb any CeMMitttt t�Ju nffeiirttd hf that, in t>dwry,ft"tdHt}day, at thrtr Heu/t it WTn-iti*ttil E LECTIO NT 7 The HUMOUROUS T R f, lam, Mr TUrf�r(| T S. Coan:y of Dorfvt. BAN K R V P Jdepb Suvciry, of ShcxtMra in the Mcrchlm. ELraaeth Langle>', of St. Giles in the Fields in the County of M:ddlel'=x. Coich lajlicr. Jauph Dcvis, of Gravel Lac. Souibwaik, in thcCmimy of Surry, Hat maker and Oaptnan iii^.i VV'.trt �t LM*ii*�c tLi� i>ay, �i yj . kbt�rtJr H*rrr� Mr#. Cliarke ; Sit JM\ OffiwruU*, ri.i-ii�4id f. Mr i I'tutkiat Mrs. P�'r-�ii} Mn.Sfte�k, Mill jooe�  Mil. .So*lier, r�. TaKioC H'itb a jwu> Prologue tt be faki-ty tbt AOTM O *, Til which will ne id rj, -'  The \ L O T T E R Y. ----- Ladf La(t ttj Mrs, Rubtrtt, With Ftiteri�inm�nt� o' Pausing by Mr. U**�nouft tnit Mlft Ktn'K" Ai>4, w*� e�r Nympli itke ttolaip UiJw fi��a" by MiiVJorMW Boxes ^ 1. Pit it. (id. Guilty is. To begin it Seven o* Clock, Tbi 1 Pay and fir ibe /Itturt, btlwih t>>* tfiiirs' u/ T*s$ and F.itbt'( Piict Fiva Shilling!J in Ltntjhr-tittdt fjuart, on tit Enll fide, at V/|R. CHOVET's, Surgeon, his new Fi-. tvX Hire �jr Anatomy (with l*vtul"'trnpruveinc'fyit Cr.fx hl� r�-n>.*�l tV'jm lii� Uio lloule i" ftta man thanr.i do#n upon a Tah-tt, liifp�'J npcli'u �!� f�oa� ilie ''�other tu >|W OiiM, tad tru ihs Chill 10 id* Mutb�-J--withilit fiftaiiti 40J dull iU*� Mof ilie Heart, �ncj die Artion of the tutiJW. u/|,^lir�nliulai�, r�>-her "Mti Icrrrral otKcr frcp'ra'ioin, will lit tbsv.a Usi tSttf\f cijiliiu'd in B.flilh or Heotli, by Mr.Chorti hlmlilr. ' > Nine, A OcT.iTconuB properly rtuairfyM wi I n'triij the _^-- By a -new ComfM^W^ my Serf of^crbrin�ri)lp�,TumKJlitin�a, .l iJt M*4 : "iS. >*i|J bffli. |lii� Dtjt tly *t half > nwr �ti�f 4 ' .1 nk 111 itu: AittioK p, tu4 )i^oei-utdorm(j rnet'anaatff nloo. TbewiwU wiUcan* dimt>* �od U>to gitg ine't l��y-'i|hr. .... OS'l,_or miUaid, out of the Houfc or Mr. H-bcru�t r�o, by v�i;kl.�m ���, Butk , a fenHax Dtaatoad ho-ipHii* writ about twenty Imill BrilUu �, �f toy goo4 Watar. * b hat fotiod ir. tat will bring 01 It.*! ik� Un* to Olint Mn.iu't, Jc�elkr. inCorrcr-ltrtctoiar te ullc-lirlut, (hall h�k, o Friday UII. o�* Wimuiq SltatuA, Tmmac, Uiog dtlardu'd iobisf*' R�, and i� ihoujjhi 'obarc