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London Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - May 22, 1834, London, Middlesex ��HIM.....j'.[HI"l....................... dvcrtifer. arriv'd a Mail from Holland. Parma, May id. H E Army of the Allies it fo advan-tagcoufly encnmp'tl, (hat it will be no ealy matter for I he Impcrialills to attack them. On the other hand; the lm-perialilh have polled themfelvea to lecurciyi that there is no Likelihood of a Battle, unlcfs both fides are equally defirotu of it. Ycltcniay five Battalions cntcr'd this City, for its better Sc� curity. . �i"ti�4i.lferi4' ^he lmPcr'al Army on this fide the P6' u^hert^ bX th* Arrival of ncw Regiments: That of *eV� nrefent of 30000 Men, and will fliortly jSc^tHT wore Troops. His Sardinian Majcily has SSSrdirance, requiring all .risk, that fach who have ^'^l^JSft tbe Royal Mag" .>,-.�,- his Subjects to takerAnns ; that fach who have none of their own, fluu be L tj,e Royal Magazines, The Irnpcrialith have - ffiA^S^ftwir Army with relation to Provrfions, which |^j|'*j^peaWbundance, whillt the Allies procure them EmdtC**p bifirtHanfKtci, Maj 15. The Troops we Ijhlfm Warfaw areSrtiv'd her*-, to the Number of 5000 1) JvVetxpeft likewife vhy (bortly the Duke of .Saxc-f1 ^j^trith 8 Battalions, iV^quadrons, and a confidcr- *�! %.* jjf�ts. -Men talk hereofaaAUianccnegociating *� ^^tkisCoart and the Republjck oH(enice, by which ^jgtutofurhifh the Emperor with a certain Number of * �yiUt jo convoy the Troops that are to beNarry'd from fci � the Kingdom of Naples. The Count deN^Ietch is WVice-Chaticrllot of the Empire, at the Nominal* fcfMotof M'ayence,' Mirl, May i 8. We are in daily Expectation of fevera b,�f War and Tranfports to arrive in our Road, in order take more Regiments on board for the Balticlc yatiit May to. The low State of the Military Chert ;WrtwMtbeuckly fet forth in the laft Aflenibly of the Diet: hsiiwg^� moreover, that whilft the Minifters here dclay'd &s� any Refoto:ion� therein, the Enemy levy'd their Con-fi&gu with fucb Spirit, that fome Parts of the Empire asH hwe nothiiR left iri a Ihort time to give: The granting lite fifty Roman Months was, however, agairtdeferr'd to the LritMgiBjg- Of the fix Roman Months formerly granted, B&ng is kft in hand ; but it appears, that of the lafl two Ifctda a Sam remains of 16631 Florins. The News from neRiiDeniM very melancholy, on Account of the great Su-axffof the French there. Wc are undcufome Apprchen-\m, kfi they ihould fend a Detachment to poflcTs thcmfelves tfUtoindAinbourg, and afterwards, with thofe Advantages, �B Elocution fome Defigns very dangerous to the Safety of Bttopre. Tis affur'd, that with a View to prevent thefe, Ctopnorder'd to be immediately form'd at Pilfen, on the Fmaert of Bohemia, cornpos'd of Impcrialills, Saxons, and Wr of Ruffians, who will repair thither from Poland. irb, hlayii- We have Advice from Petcrfbourg, that utCanoa had entirely rejected hit Prufiian Majefty's Offers of Mtaon with refpeft to Dantzick 1 her Czarifh Majeity de-qrogoo thatOecaiion, that (he was rcfolv'd to oppofe Stani-i� -with tbe utrnull Vigour, let the Confequences be ever ib .failwh rrfpeft to berfelf. ^\7BtibKj�, May 22. The German Camp at Heilbron has tea rdofcre'd within a few Days by 8000 Foot. The 3000 Bdbnstrriy'd there the Day before Yeilerday ; and Yefter-4r tbe Contingent of the Upper-Rhine. The 6000 Hanno-1tS^Mxgf�^^f^ff:at Toroortow at tartheft , and lit Column of the Ruffian Auxiliaries will sot be long tier. The Enemy lie dill encamp'd in the fame Place, but tare not able to penetrate into their Defigns, Since the lunch enter'd Wirtemberg with a Body of Pooo Men, the Sar� of that Dutchy are contented to advance their Contri-hiitata jooooO Flcrins, but they fcrupled before to pay 'XvxxaV' The French'^ have thrown 3000 Meninto Sturgard: iiftr; M�y 28. According to lomo Advices recciv'd here froths Rhine, the two Annies were Hill in tiieir former Cusps i but jf the iVlarqu^fs de FcnelqnV Accounts arc true, h2!ip(bourg is actually btfieg'd with an Artillery 61 about iwPi��4cf Cannon and 40 Mortars. From the Camp be-fes Djnukkifome Letters fay, tharrhe-FrenchSiictours had ,^uaJe�l�Fort\Vech(clmunde, but were reimbark'd; whereas ' iias-Jing to the Dutch Miniller's Advices from thence, thofe Succours were landed � the faid Fort, and dciign'd to march in(U>� bj1 the.Town, through the Country of Nerung, crofting the Vijlula by the Favour of the Cannon of the (aid Town. ^ i& the other band It is reported here, and upon the Exchange ~^Amflerdam,fttatitnig-STamfians is dead, the Report being paaadedopen a Letter writ by the Potlinsller of Enunerick, wt a Courier had pfc'd through that Place, and dccLu'd.Jbe ""ffoag to the French Court fo carry tltf. \ Sir William Carew. % Sir John St. Aubin! ^'W''' X Sir WiUiam Wyndham, Bare. J Col. ^�Rtwaya Horner. J^J*turday the Poll for Derby fhire was a Majority of gwkofzooiuol Favour Loid Cha.kb Cavendifli, agauiil ^aLan.rl L'urlon : Mr. liarpur wai Iweral Hundred* � VAciday iu the Afternoon his Excellency Baron Sparr, M�-�JJJM^P> the Court of Swcd.-n, recciv'd an ExprcU from his �M immediately after fet out for Richmond to wait on 1 ^ On Monday died of dn ApopkAick Fit, at his Houfe near Scwn-oake* in Kent, the Right Hon. the Lord Vifcount Varif, lately clrflal Knight of the Sliirc for that County. Laft Thurfday died at the Bath, in the 90th Year Of his Age, Sir James Wilicy, of the County of Cafmarthen, Knt. a Lientienian of a plentiful Eilate, which wc hear devolves on --- Willcy, of Rippon in Yorkfhire, Eiq; hhGrartdfon, who was atwut two Months fmcc married raMifs Watibn, Datnihtcr o� Mr. Watfori, a Wine-Merchant of the City of Yo:k. . The Righi Hon. Earl of Cheltefficld being in goctl Sate of Health, is rvpefted in Town next Week from Bath. Ycilcrdny Morning the Judges met at Scrjcants-Inn-Hall in Chancery 1 .ane, to give their Opinion in the Cafe of a certain Gentleman, touching the Privilege oi Parliament; and we hear that it was their Lonifhrps Opinion, that the Members ought to chioy their full Privileges for 40 Days after thcScifton of Parliament, notwithllanding tbe laid Parliament mould be difTblv'd within that time. 1 . WoodilocU Races will begin the' nth of June next; and Wincheilcr Races the 25 th of tbe fame Month. We hear from Trinity College in Cambridge, that the Rev. Dr. Hacket, who, as Vice-Mailer, was to have executed the Sentence lately pronounced upon the Rev. the Mailer of the faid College, has refign'd the-V^ce.Mallerihip, and is fucceeded therein oy the Rev. Dr. Walker. On Monday the Coroner's Inqueft far, in St. Martin's Lane, upon the Body of Mr. Dubois the Fencing-Mailer, who died the Day before of the Wounds he unhappily receiv'd on Thursday fc'nnight, in a Duel with a Gentleman of his own Name and ProlclEon, and they brought in their Verdict, Manflaugbter. �* Yeilerday the Coroncr'i Inqueft fat oh the Body of Mrs. Miller, Wife of Mr. Miller, tne tall Finlander, (lately mewn for a Sight) who hang'd herfelf in Goodman's- \ ields, occft-fion'd by her lofing fome time fince two Hank Notes, one of 4001. and another of 3001, ever fince which (ha has been at Tirats delirious, and on Sunday Night (he got out of Bed, left her Htt&and afleep, and hang'd hcrfclf in the Room ; and the Jury brought her in Lunatick.__ _ At the particular JDcfirc of fcvml Pcrfons of Quality .and Diftih&iofu . . , .;i> for the Bmejit cf Mr. Pcarci?,. Mr. Sittrfhami A/r.Bowchcr axA Mtjs Hill.   JfStT the New Theatre in GoodmanVFtcU&l' tb>� Dtt the aid of M��. b� preftmtJ a Comwfv, e�H>� , Tlie F U N IL R A L I D 1. A N K R U P t S. John Bodington, late of Snow-hill, London, Grocer. Henry Marth, laXof Prefcott, in the County of Lancafler Merchant and Linnen draper. High Water it LondonvBridge this .Day, after 2 in the Morning; and atji in the at 36 Minutc� :emoon. _ ' Saturctay Bank stock was 135. InUia 143 3 4th�, 14.6 1 half, 146. South-Sea Trading Stocky?. Old Annuities t P3 I 4th. Ditto New Annuities r-03 5 Slka. Three per Cent. Annuity 92. Million Bank 104 1 half. African 11. York-Buildings 2 3 4ths. Royal AfTuranca 92. London A durance II 1 half. New Bank Circulation. 61. 5s. Prcrri> South-Sea Bonds il. 10s. Prem. India ditto al. 6s. Prem. TWt per Cent, ditto il. Prem. Englifh Copper il. 141. WclHrduto Books (hut. . f South-Sea-Houfe, London. May 9, 1734. "JTHE Court of DircHors of tbe Soutb-Sea-Com- pains give Kotiety that tbty havt adjourn J their Salt cf tbe Remainder of tbe Cochineal, and tbe Cod. Tickets'will be d:li>cr'4 at (ha hedioid-Head Ta� iha fcmruDte on ibe Stage, on F'idav and s�>�iJ�y. To begfn exactly at half an Hour paft Six o* Clock. �-��Hi-it* The Tick*t��f fi�ch Subliribtrs who bave doc yet paid die laft Call will not be admitted. Nu Perf�>n whatever to be admitted behinVT i!�"Sa;bei. N By tbe Company of - Comedians, AT the Theatre Royal in Covent GarJen, tbi* Day tle.iiijxta ihchaur-i'timcm u >-lef. thole Puffttfc* blv,~-Mr*. Iteroo; Lady Ou�, Mi�. buiic/, J-aJ/ Ai�"t'if�J. M�. C.iace; Mil� Jeuiiy. Mr*. Ciive. ' With Entertainment'1 of Dancing bet-ween the j/.li, w. End at' Aft 1. The J'leron pi Mr. filber Teocn �r4 l-ir-Patcnji >it. End uf Aft II. Tlie Dutch Man and hit Wile b/ Mool. Lc ttuo a. J Mr*. Walter. End of III. A Scnti Dance by Mr. and Mr*. Da�en0.rr. End + a/\ IV Tne bngitlb Maggot bf Mr. V Lilly and Mr* Walter. End ot 1 lie Play, T.-.e Kevdleo by Mr. Ellei. MtliLa:our. Hit. To ".\.biitj it/// be added. The DEVIL to PAY: OR, The Wives Mbtamorphos' Jobllin, Mr. Harper s Nell. Mii.(.!ik ; bit Juli.> Lumuic, Si'->ppcUe( : Lady L. Mn. Orate. Boxet 5 �- P" 3 �� Firji Gallery t i. Upper Gallrn t * Juieti dtU'Vtr'd out ft* 'inejilaj tbe l\Alb Infant, it.ui le tuL> at thit Flay. Tttnouuw jwill be piclcmcj lot* for Lcic, Ux the L�.'�9| of 1 1. . � -Mr. Wftafaaa, \ OR, G R t E F A * L A ' M O trrittn ty the /aft Sir R1 c H A � D Sr 1111.  * Lor a Hardy. Mr'. tVlatc, Camp'.y, Mr.O'rtud ; Trotiy, theSrtw* ard, Mr. noktt: lord Bnmrpton, Mr. Uu^dy . Siblt. Mr. Lyoat Va�V, Mr. Kfi�'� Hil|.> Edd of ib� r!ay. The Pierou by Mool Vallci* and Mr. J. fXtafaran To which �il) be ttiti the Oj^tra of F I. OR A. v The Part of Hffewr,Mr Jonc* 1 TuUlk Mr. 0�ay ; Lctike, Mif. Maw s Vfcooi-fccy, AfilaUatef- \ Boxa Pit 'Jir^Vait^2C'''''t^r'wli:~iV:'"^ 's Tlur.' tenia; ftrcrat Eotefaiotncot* of Daotiua. Smajipf, *��y be tb� better c�omm"*, bT~�WlWt*t ftfc *V'Vrt "I �4Ha�d , ji>rc ao4 take, iliat_j���r �-0.1 the Vjluj'�i j i. tobeeiiier'd iha [)�% ot itin.. nine at iha ��anabore nio.iioo'tf, 'between ibe lioura oi r'jjfMand] Oi.e, fjtnf 5�. 66. Enrratxf- --------- I. *. e Purfe will be fraatcd or alio*'J to be ru-, unleli three Hotfft ar� tatrly cntcr'd lor tLe finjc : An.) 10 Pcrf.n will be admitted (i> J enter eajre th*'�oa� ll�(r, Uf. ti>" it-1 one Puifc. t*. H. A'l P'lfore* 3'tfin; �j he leMi'd t". and adjulled by. fhay Article*. On ifac Hay tlie icq Cuii.ea i'utlc i* cunJur, tlicre will be a ci�0|sel'o tor, frc? for onf T� begin by Nine in (!:� w 0. Mr. Jl. Sil��r-lae'd Mai, Vatuc t&t Out >r�, to MCi that m�Vo* Sitka ut am UI* lAaaSn M"rn"f. '__ ' To be S E E N, ~~T �w; Dai and for df fiforf, i>rt-.;eti the than ef fen and Eifhi (Pure Fit* Shrlt'ii^i) in Leictftrr-fydijquare^ cntbt Eaft-fidt, at R. CHOVET\ Surgeon, his new Fj* __ jure >! Aoatomy (m tli Utcn\ rn)>.'�i^r:neni:i iirccjjitt it�- rr>>�aTi'rom hi, late Utiute 11 Ot* ^e-.'t�r^. ) �h_tii r.^ieuttni $~Wo* man ahaia'd down uj>n 4 r*!^*. �*J � (>t'.'.l �|iv�r, wlrfttiiiil.o Ctrcu^-ini ot the EluoJiimac; nsJii-S 'b o'tiUf, VuaijinJ _r4�ri*�":"' The Ci'tulition � alfi� lec^fioin tlie t. niher*-, tps t.), ar.d fitxn theCfitIJt-� tht MOjIier ; wJrli'vlH'CliOiUfc arid dufl...Ha St&taavf the Meat:, ard >be Aflton ofth� Lur:j�4 ,Ali with i'niitcuia *, t,- geher with tc�r'ai othtr J'rrpira-iu��, will K- i!i:*n auJ tleatJy eiplaio'dSi EnfliSi or Frc/ich, by \' ut hi-f.Ui'. H-tlc, A lx .fiiwoman ptoprtlv f*) �i ' 4'*~mj-'t,r JLj.^ifl. 7HEREAS a iiafty and extraordinary fcl foWiion ho l�ee'i l^kci .�t the v�Ik/ ol th. i'^rilh of Sr.-Ma*�(*'e�*-U'eS�aMiJl"i- �^**a.^�AjJw.6ai�ai.AX..liJ���.j^.Jtw-.. FaniL Chotcli. by ie:> Vcftry t�c- 1 +:Li�th. w,f'a,b|� n the laE" t'c U'd I artiber, ar>e} �)�� Iclubilinl*. *i�M meat �r '�'- H'-n T��ctn, To:r.orf , � FiCttlty batrirg lice Itai by ih? C'hu:-b. wn.gcn of M .st*�fitc;'> lor tl.u Pot;*with u: tr,= r'orl'cri > r'�. �nH v. it'a tit 1 , CuitCut of tht InhiN .f-'* ff Bicotwoco ane trfaitfio:*, a Pur 0� Leather tlam %�t.� itV�efihiic. Htr cf b:�ik t 5i'.��r Batk 0, *a- I'oiial othef Thint* to item. WLittcr tutf. |t�in, with all tte iflio^* ll�t WlfW in them V�ten wofl, it .'-'r. .:. 3e�it;'xlt,�, a'th� kiwi i� 4nt-Scjuth-r t b�J!, the fciue p.>.r v- Whntth�tk.->, il e alif'a Ifcac in Rarnf ravrfco K.\ \ Hart io brotwtxd. lie U�!i id I'j .itlLr | ll.�. ttjtj r i�c Tin (,piu .� Kcv aijt f rd % (, M J-iBctVitl, Lui-^ior-., Nw My.. � t....t�.i >a&MdfaimX Vick. Waratanact, oa�*-a�,;i;ii ratcin. ����?}ffl V*!}-*- "* bate fit Gun**, FU�*.'. t'd&'^^iii i� a.-'d, il Aim tin or lold, l� a/ It op ttr and �j.�c Nm .v.- a* �t-�. d>31 r ^J8lca�rav**�rd '3 w*'1 L iTth Inltant, I a* 'it I *-wll:a># ttAeia. D ;