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London Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - June 29, 1834, London, Middlesex The Daily Advcrtifcr; SATURDAY, June i$t 1754. -si 1 Xt$er&*y arritfd a Mail fnm Hclla t;d. ftm the Camp before Dantzieky June 16. '^fmZmSStSrrSSbN the tOlh in the Evening the Vren f 71 ' \ 9th,in the Evening the French fcnt anOflicer to the Camp, to demand a Sd'pctiSuo of Arm* (cr 48 Honrs* �n order to treat, during that I ime, of a Capitulation, which Coon Munich and the Dnkecl Saxe Wciflcr.fclls immediately granted, and the Conferences began the next Morning early. The French demandrd Ht tirir, to b. fur-nifh'd with propfr Shipping to tranfport \^Mm � Copenhagen, but thi G enrra.*. would not lillcn iljfatt Whih�f6n. The French 00 the other hand declining fSfcTernw. defir'd Leave to feftd.tWpOfRcrrs inrgrDaruzick, Z&tei At Marquis de Xtonti, which wa_ permitted, and ^Oficma^-anfJ accordingly towards the City, but, the iS^renir fintHtb*m-t*ack- xfcisJ^fettt^iwg^RKgr-{JHsn-to-bV, letjn. IrkWi^ �f AVf" bring thereupon expit'd, 'twas a^ted "gjf^ta it for one Day tr.ote^artd that the French ihould Mffott-gn to the Camp, as Pledges of their Sincerity. On Ictfdrra^thc lid Initant, a LicutetMnt-Ccionel, a Captain, 'lll4e'CJheeaIier.de'la Lucerne repai.*dr_a the Camp; they fcMrJ* feme Day with the Duke dc Saxe^VVViScnteUs, and hike Evening :0 CBP�M^t* �" �he following Condi- l^nt �^That th-y__�ild be conJnftcd on Ufard the  RtSan Si.ips, to fsch Fort of the Ba'tick as Admiral � (ionioo fhoiild think proper; that from thence they Ihould I* mam ta Frahce, cither on board their own Fleet or in Mer-cbnt Skips S that tpey ihould rinbark, as liketvife land vith Drums beating and Cokxm flying, and that ^'^^rrnsl^^bcIocTPdnn during the time they con-|�r*a'd on board the Ruffian Fleet." ft was likewifc ft the jfattkie agreed, that the Swedifli Colonel Srackelberg, and fcVAmtkn with Jim, Ihould be tent back ttjJSwedeo; and Hb/, that Fort Wechfcllmundc mould furreader- on the 24th, tkk k did accordingly, and we found there no Iris than 80 fan of Cannon. The Danrzkkcrs made two vigorous Sal-lbee the 19th and 20th Intrant, and kill'd us wme Men. FkUormngtbe Magtftrates fent Deputies hither to deli re a KgJjtBbon of Arrntfor 8 Days; but Count Munich dilmit'd tea with Orders to acs foon as a Commihary fliall be nam'd L ssInFtnalMajflty to receive them : And from Dref-w, dot King AuguUos's Contingent will fet forward 10 join fbttEgjesein a ihort Time. Letters from Conilanrhwple, *"itke 28th of Mzy, advife, that the Peace between the Tabind Pafians was fo far from being concluded, that TiMMKaali-Kan was in full March to enter the very Tcr- MncsjH tbe Ottoman Empire, : __N . _________ batim, 7�a#39� *Tb currently repotted, that his Majefly Mak'ftan^y^'torpay aVifir to the Imperial Army o� the �w. The Grant de Lewold, the Ruihan Miniiter, has jrW*. ruVMajrtly, in the Name cl King Augulluj, JLk >n the^Acficn * 7mt 3� A Report taj becu deuch'd witt) 300OO Imperialitb to *Tis auVd from good Hands, *hat a Pto)eaior a general Paciiiauion is .on foot, and that the Minutctj of aertain Powers are hard at work in Foreign Courts, to dilpofe Matter* for the l.pUingaCcngtfj. The Prince Royal of Pruiua is accompany'd to t>He Impetial Army by the Princes his three Brothers, and by the Margrave Fieuerick of Brandenburg, They write from Holland, that his Highriefs the Prince of Orange has.defcrrd his Journey to the Rnine for fome Days, but that his Baggage, and a fine tquipage which he has made to appear with~tlicre, is already fet out. Ihe Concourfe of People at the Hague, of all Sexes and Conditions to fee the Puircefs of Orange being exceedingly great, her R0y.1l Jiighnefs has conddcended to appear feveial tunes in the publick Walks. Lalt Tuciday his Excellency the Baron Van WeWcren, formerly Ambafutdor at this Court from their Htgh^MightituMres the States General, arriv'd here from Holland : 'Pis laid that he is cham'd with a private ComnifSon to this C�urt from ever was con- ____, �,w ��v �u�ju�i*eu�"ivr5 lacy U -*tfelari whkh has rifen fcvcral Feet bigbar.r than "(apana. The taking of the Hcrnwoik by the Befiegcn b %bat their Lois in the Aclicn was great. - - ~  A Report goes,that the Duke de ___.1 deueb'd wjttt 3066O ImperialilU to �� thtRtaneandTnarchm.c Alfacet nay. 'tis ta�d that be #�muiiv,dthere^ but thb Piece of Newsrtants Conhi *4S3 cffuVwards Weifttnbourg. rma- F'rench_Troops ^ Uoatb> that �DC Cham of Tartary had aiElTLflf o� t*x Ruffian Troops, onkr'd to �toerrcnucrs to prevent any Imipuon, that he de- alTur'd by Letters from Pe- to live in thrift Friemlfhip with the r-�� nxBtcgmcre than .______ .^nnef Raffia, and that he bad no Part in the patent Incur liac*mtie by the Tartars : to piovc which, he lent back 12 |H�&cm of the (aid Majpr-Gtiieral. , We hear that her Grace the Dutchefi Dowager of Marlborough paid aVifit to'hb Excellency Mohf. Cnavigoy foon after his Tate Misfortune �f being oumt gut of hb Houle at Twickenham, to offer him one of her Country-houfes to refide in during the Summer Seafon, but that hb Excellency dcdin'J accepting the Favour. On Thurfday about 8 in the Evening, his Excellency Count Kinfki, the Emperor's AmbafTador, went to Ktnfmgton to wait on his MajdVy with fome Difpatches be had icceiv'd that Afternoon by an extraordinary Courier from Vienna. The Right Hen. the Lord Vifcount Lymington will fet out injdhoftMmeJbiLtJu*^^ of his Government of that Ifland. ^ " Lall Week died at Bams in Surry, the Rev. Mr. Ellcs, M.- A. Fellow of All Souls-College, Oxford. On Wednefday. Tfigbt died, alter a few Hours Ulnefi, at hb Chambers in GiayVlnn, CounMlor^exton, a Lawyer of preat Skill in the Profcflion, andx-f eminent Integrity in his Practice 1 a Gentleman of univerlal Learning, found Judgment, a moll amiable Candour, and great Humanity. His Mary's Ship the Sabmander is arriv'd inlhe Downs from Cork in Ireland, having on board too impreft Seamen. The Truftecs^for eftablitning the Colonv ol* Georgia in America having deputed James ^Ic^^^ '�'U> Var0Cneanut, -1 -,-,-.- To the Worthy Livtrymen ot the City of lO-NDON. , Gentlemen, T Return jou my mcfl hearty Thanks for jour , gtntreuf frttndjhip, in a'patittg fa uHUnimouJh Jar me at Guildhall, at tbi EUctim ef a BnJgt Majltr fer tliii Ctfy, oa � MiJfumrr.tr D*i : and fit'the Continuum t of tht fumi, in ear-rjing on tkt PJ1 to in defir'd Sunt J] in fiivour ef. Gentlemen, - Tiur mofi devoted, and Mali bumble Servant, _THO. H Y D V. To the Worthy Liverymen of the City oi LONDON. GeKTLCME!!, D � / NG unwilling to give you and tbe Sheriff's ami umu(rffary'F)3ublt lutl-cul a fioffeit et'Suttefi, I have, by tbe Ad-x.ite of my fiitndt, detltn'd tbe Poll fur Bridge-Afajttr ; and uturn my mtjt hearty Tliinis la (baft of ySU rwbo L'WJt btett ft goad to tiffear and f.t' in wy bthalf. 1 bitmbly befe the Coit. tmuance uf y,*r Fiivcur in a*l future Octa/i'i I and at I bawt\ bebai/'d my J,If ai a fair Cimfetitzr, beft I bj*� Palace-yard, mvrlb* RtttifttfHi Maj^ft Sxxhefmr, ��Jfr 0^r#i-'n� txthtfft/y tUfitTJ'ltthts, mtfe^fferf*�JTimf' iof iarxf; /rW ten inththtmm tilltwt ihtfyAfhrmmffMr� Pay i end that tbe Bnjmfr *f taMnt in ti* fiVirtJ *tt/f ft -fended tit! Friday tbe c#ol)� ^, 7�fc . J*4 the^ing^^rheEtrc m the Hay*M�*k�^r thk l�r, twwa^jV-^fh-oHit*. ^M.HwriDisji\| P AST O R  F I DO. - An OPERA, compos^ by Mr. HANDEL The Scenery alter a pattkuUr jmassntt. iSf ��Market, at half a rMata each. C�l*t� i * , By Hit M a t.� � t y'r Um***4 _' N� rffcoi whatever, to ot- *im>n��� bthto*: � RHta. To bqun at half ah Hour after 6 o'Clotk. B'iv tU Ufl rim *ffy^j^^. _ Adeti but ,onee xIkIc t8"X�ar$; At tbe particular Defire of jeurd^ Ptrfini of Quality. By a Company of Cmediant froiti both tbi fbeatrest "' - , AT the New Theatre in the-Hiy*Mafket, W-Monday ncit, the III ul Jal;, �iU bt pnt*ilm Woudnil. Mr.Tarbttif 1 Cfiattes. Mr. James J L�4y Woodiil, h.t*. Sair*buia) letty. Mitt _-------_____------- ^KStfT will be �Mei ~" "' :z The t-O-.T-T- E R V. To begin exaftiy at h If an Hour after Six o'Clock ^ i-dw 41. Pit ti. (id. Gallery \t. .____ Alius Pylajelly's Bear-Gardcn in HtkkryTHolei OnJMonday ttexf, being tlfie ifl of Julj% will be a - 'great Day*s Sport. ifr.TWO Dogs to light-ten Let^gpes, fairtft * an. funheit in, torX�uOui.�*%e.('i, at ,iw baton* tfcrpiV ford .Gall; uiit tht not*d Fallo�-ct "u-r'tt Vo PtatftHfiu -d.nOu�oa* tut uilicr ihe n>��4 F�ilo Whirf Bull, lur On*Oui-ea each; ib.i Dog il�t Uliilj\i,oe ioo.avaf,tofts ib�MO_er. _ ~^4it* T'o Besr. Doft 10 6ght tea ler goet f r T#r� Wii!llfl(� *�h, t the ttinuM Kudu Hear , Ibai Du* that Juu.f� ac�>cit his Muk w.m the Money. 4�hly. r�oM�fliffI>a)rsio fij_ro�te with theorher f)i Fi�r Ptm*$ uh. Nobodr'o bt diniliM ikciiouii. r(i)irht-r�_^!��4rt own diem, fliH that-r�m���*)r t-if.� ilnr Mtf�^v g from Halt-Smith_�U, .rut new was _�*-, V&J ,(., a.h,r a ogtoi ri)tbun(i Dog from wiodmill Hit Wiih grtai V�ri.iy of Bull ��J Hear-b*lri\i;. ti-e�i* � xnrf ' to be dreli'J up *nh Fire-�iih� all .i�tr yj�,-i% ium ,11 �,|e in tin OamcfUce i*i'b l�i�r*l 0�* �n�i f. ihe laid M*rk Malomn anjrC>(>, Vt� li r.iifif.jitil Ufvv^t, t%t4 K�i ieten Uiir>(> hfth oiit.out S$wc>, tt�ei urn Y�*i� u* ftfe, tut* at iililhclroii iu Lcji�lle�d)irc, o� a pjle Cjm^lcs or, U$m brr^i*a Ha�, dirk fcrcy E;o,,a ioiaa Moi uutt ut _.iiht�!�ct t-,*-�4 1. I)_�e lia. 00 a � trixn hi, Quane-i Whoeeer ixt�V a�d[leMiMjha'tk-l Jtreroi-h Ur-ugln, iu *at *cii*� tle&ia�e�*f V\�>\, W ,1 Ci/ In Y�ar> ut A.�. ao Uj�b_l-W/�r bjrTrad** l-ut'd m lb Wuaiaa, *Uiut 19 tear. J *|�. in Ki^ibectj Suli'. .)�-.e. c-lill�t ruran E>giibn.i, Ut t.pfxM'4 to bt lM->m l.ub'm: If bs "i.i rct^ro t. n.tr-m il'C Oitshctcot, he thai U v*rdoV4�t(, fcoesef will ' hcure him, and �i*e Not*� ol 11 10 M�N at St. Albaa'f, Or u> Ma/oard Oueria, t(q, at hu ' outc iu K4ih.�M piasa^ ae_c Jki^o* ((ju-re, L-Acon, QiaU (cccmc Three Coicctt R.wud �axe tfcaa arfeaa tuc Aft ut .arluaicut d�re^�. ALSO. DESERTED the 16th laftant, from the. f.id Keguacat *od Com(iaii/� Tho�n� i cgb�. tic tio� t>fbc iiifli, L r- iu al4i.chcite', a _Ijoc enai-er by Tlaie, t� Y(�ra �f Ate, ana had on him when be Uclcrled a  o'.i hcJ C-Ji !�t*ii�t4 iriuioad with blaU, lull utrc, (hurt brown Hair, Jj-oloc*. �u4 lulty elumly Limtu : 1/ he u.ill i h  C> tn^acy vMhm 14 U�T� f'Orn lha Dare he cU-Y�->- doo. ttil�r_ui��Thic�06ia�4�Jt�**�d _�.* wbas'*s *tt M fWludMMtliKftt* .-.J ...... D ;