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London Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - March 18, 1834, London, Middlesex The Daily Advertifer. Ntmb. 12 j& TUESDAY, .March 18, 1734. 2? Wtit bad* palVd, fb contrary to my Regard for the JufUcc  and Orders of bis Catfadick Majelly ; adding, that I had arg'd from my Service fuch ot my Domdtkks as had Hand in the Matter, in order to tske away any Ob-,. jrhi*tbeir receiving fuch Correction as they deferv'd. ', '-/..TiwCcefequence ol this Politcnefs on my part, and of to . '* **ewick a Proof of. my Care, was,, that 00 Tuefdaytbc ^ud Xnftant, a great Number ol Soldiers, commanded by Officers, rufh'd into my Houfe, with their Bayonets lothrir Pieces, and laid hold ol fuch of my Servants as in the Hall and Great Stair-Cafe. They then advanced '^f^cjry Anti-chamber, and had already ica'd one of my CP>whto *Ii"pf�f;mcd myfelf before them, and aik'd by Orders tn^ committed fuch* an Aft ofVsalrnce in I I , ** i^Roiiics .jrfne of them anfwer'd, ihey~had the KingVOr-l '* des ^r'iiisiing all. they could find, but particularly the Livery V^JSeiViiats, ih cider to commit them to the *>w:�1' o-i^- fi*-&Aiat, that end they would fearch the Hou V5*�>Ske filch-as roigiit bo conccal'd. I afc' .* he had hj$ Old irs in Wjittng; he replied % * Oarnmiflary haviqg receiv'd verbal Direct �U, m cider to commit them to the pubtick Prifbns, v*at|d for that end they would fearch the Hcufc over, in order * conwai'd. 1 afis'd ttis Officer if no. for that his i0� receivd verbal Uiucticn.*, had girra J-JnVmno other. 1 then anfwer'd, "tint as I bid no other �*f Amu but the Priviltge .and Sandity of my Characier, 1 * could only retire from being farther a Spectator ol 6a un-/'Jteudof an Outrage. _ - ^* Thefe Soldieis lock nineteen of my 5eivant�,� well in Klivery as othe r�, and tying thtlm togtthcr, led them with my �*""* limy on their Backs thio* the molt pablick Streets of Ma-dwl tbthePrifon. , *.ThJnhhe uue State of a Faft till now altogether new **M unheard of, and which viohtts what even the moll Lar-! "Wg Nations hold facrtd, who indued by Kea&n and Na- * ,**Veferve the Immunities o> pubiick Niiniiltw. * The Gerrifon of was to diilrcfi'd by Sicknef� and *ntof Provilion, that not above 300 Men were able to iUnd �their Legj. The Governor has obtain'd thii particubr ftjeeffion, thst lis Troops fliall be fet on Shore at Tririle. PjM^** they amy ferve directly where they lift. They had yBn Month Without Meat, and their Aljowancrs only a P�Wd ot Bifeuic a M�n a Day, and tour Ounces of Cbecie. TheSenateof Genoa having jehu'd to adrok thcSpuufb Troops into one of tUcir fortibtd Towru, the Qcccnl feu them Word he would take PoflcSoa of it by Force, asalfe of Port Specie, and order*d  Detachment to put themlielns in mardi accordingly j but it (ecms the Genoefe have ftnee made Bp the Matter, by paying a round Sun of Money, and by Ending Q^amis to theSpaniarcW in their Villages. The Spaniflj General made  Demand oT the like Nature �4MU>eRcpablickof Lucca; but they have bought it off at tntPrice ol 30000 Crowns. ThePna^Isu^HOTrmingatriedoffatallManbyForce from the King of Sweden's Dominions, his Majttly has fent to demand Snostaftioa of the Court of Berlin, and detains a Prof, fian Officer in Coflody at Stockbolm. till hb Snbjea h re-leasU 'Tic wtU if this Affitir does not occafion fome new BroiL ' Tie Goat of Versailles ha* ofFer'd the King and Senate of Swedes a SubGdy of 500000 Crowns per Ann. for two Years, npan Condition they will contraft no Auiance daring that time, vnth the Enemies of France; but on the contrary, obferve a ftrift Neutrality, nnlefi they fliall dunk prefer to declare for hu moft ChrifiiaaItajrfly. The Deputies ot Hamburg at Copenhagen feem coming to the Point, they have on^Vl the Ku^ of Denmark 150000 Crowns, and to admit his Coin to a Currency in their City. These Ccocefhons are to fetch back tluir Ship and EfrecU carried to Norway : But as hb DaniJn Majefty hu Pofleffion, *riibeliev*dhe.will harems/J^^W for parting wkh them. . The Poles are retirir^rtomSilclia, without having as yet committed airy Disorders, The Saxon Army on one fide, and the Ruffians on the other, have them between them, and 'tis every Day cameled to hear of an Engagement, unlets they tnbnur, or rnake cattiaordinary Hafle back to Poland. , An Envoy is every Day expecled from the new Duke of BnmtwsctWolfcs^buttel. to notify t* his Majelly the Death of the late Duke. The Death of the Princefs Aunt to the King of Denmark hat been already norjry'd, 'and the Court will go into Mourning on Swaday next for a Fortnight, fur the Death of those Princes. ' ' Tlie present Duke of Wotfcnbuttei is second General or the Empire, bat does not take the Field $u Caropata, being eoga ged in settling the Affiursof Ms nmDonunkms. The Emperor has accepted the Plan of Pacification. Mr. Walpotc's Journey to Paris was fit fndden,� that err to Lord WaldrgTave, nyntioning bis Defiga. was not fent away till the Day before fie^ct out. His ExceJUcncy takes up hiiRefidencevrirh his Uirdu^p for the rime be flays. They worn from Rome, that the Pope h*s con&nted to tcknowkdge Stanmaas for King of Poland, and that his Holiness has tent a fecund Letter to AugoQas. ^^to rebuke him for leaving the Primate in the Hands of tbelticretick MuTcovius, teJlmg him withal, that his PunUbmeat of that Prelate is a oacorions Infringement of the R%1�Vand Authority of the uc-ceflor of Sc. Peter, b whom fbkly belongs Cognizance of the Coc4oac4Bifhops. /- The Pope has pubbfh'd a Bull, declaring that no Murderer is capable of Eodenaflkal Immunity, and that he may be dragged oat of the Churches, or from the Altars, and hahg'd t, t ^ immcdurdy ; the CuAotn having been hitherto, that whenone mpmmfmof tbi_Ni -High Water at Lowlon-Bridge this Day, it d Miialn S fter s in the Morning 1 and |t after J in the AAemaMt.'^' ~ 3 , YcRerday Bank' Stock was 141 1 4th, for the India 148 j aths. South Sen Trading Stock 111 4th. Old Annuities 107 t half, a J Sths. Ditto nuittei 106 1 8th. Three per Cesi. Annuity 94* Bank 109. African ao. York-Buikhngs4. RoyU, 96 3 4ths.- London Afluranceia 1 half. New I culation 61. ids. Prem. Sooth-Sea Bonds ft. t(k. India ditto 4I 9s. Prem. Three per Cent, ditto at* Englilh Copper at. Wel >noural Man had lull'd another, be had nothing to do but to retire into a Church or a Convent till the hurry was over, and all was safe. / The Armies in Italy lie conrintrslly on the Catch: General Walls made an Attack lately upon a Party of French under the very Cafinon of Cremona, and brought off fifty Prifoners: The Allies on the other hand attempted to furprize the Imperial Garri�n at-Sotao, boFwere repuk'd with fome Lofs. Tis talk'd, that the Northampton Petition will be with* drawn ; that Major Compton, who. is chofcn likewifc for Tamworth, will snake his F.le&ioo for Northampton {and that the .Earl of jndisfup and Dr. Coates will be Candidates tor Tamworth, ---------- YcAerday Morning between one and two ol* dock, Mr. Ryan the Cusnedian was attack* by Jbmg^treet-Robbers in Lk;lc-Qaren-5rcct, who bid him fland and deliver, and at the fame lime fu"d a Piftol in his Face, which fracWd his Jaw-Bone, and luock'd two of his Teeth througbhis Tongue; He Iks dacgeroufly ill, and is attended by Mr. Kerwootf the Surgeon. ^ Lag. Week died at Charlton Gk�)aaierfhire, JohnPrynne, Efq; an emineK CoontrBor at Law. -EJimhaib, MUtrei 11. LaB Sunday died at his Lodgings in tr�r Canoogste, Sir James Agnew, of Lechnaw, Bart. Trb Dayihe Jury returned their Verdia in the Trial of fivcralcf tbc' f nhabir�ntsnf the Burgh of Stirling, and of fome Gentlemen in that Shire, who flood charg'd with being con ccrnd in a Riot the 30th of Oflober latl, finding the Excul-pa ioo alk.w*d the Defendants poven, whereupon they were aUaf&Jkd. . Th'4 Evening will be perform'd, At the Ki> c's Th iati a in the Hay-Ma a x ur, The Ore a* of Tbtmtu, �fttJNf'"' cfSt.BtnnilPauti-Wbarf, and Cbaflafn in Ordinary tt Majtfy. PjMftrt will btgin at half an Htar afitr tkvmjjki tbt Ftrtnmn, 1 AT the KING'S TOEATRE in the H.y-Mtrket. this Day, the lith of Msnh, *Vt ht scribrai'i -m new Ovssa, call' * ~ A R � 8. T A X E R S Witb Alttratim and Addititnt. . Pitand Buxe� th Uiynt together, nad no Pcr6n� to h* aanutal rrlihsnt Ticket*, which wilt bo itUm'i tkk Day, m ths OfhwU toto-SEZ kct, st Half a Guinea each. Gsllery Wrr'nt''' " Cmnt-gmnm. Scnaot* will be Admitted to keep Placet < ~" To begin at Six Clock,*** 8t*^ HEREAS it has been reported that thcW . . Box-lceeMn of the French PUybouft in the Hay-Mark* wens -to lwve their Benefit Night Tomotruw the 19th ( thi* ia to aflUn thsir FriernU, that it h talfit aud without Founiatioo, thm kiaa ao Tklue* mat, ncithu will b� till utttker Nutia*. WhiwftearHaads M. Mason, W. Coiumi, j J, SKin�aa, ;