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London Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - May 27, 1834, London, Middlesex 'it&mrty &nv*d tbf MfUs f^K Frafice Holland. War/aw, May & |H E Ruffian Troops qoartcr'd hcrt are crttbark'd for Dantzick, there are left only i loo Men for the Security of the "I own ami Cattle, and about >co Saxons lor the Defence of the Palace. The htil Troops are commanded by General Lubras, who.was feme time fincejnjt under an Arre, bv Order of the Ruffian Court. Several Perfons of Diflin&ien have been kiz J here, on fufpicion of _____ewkh the oppeftte Party, oa which , Aeocatgrtat Numbers of People remove from hence daily. F**m, i&r 19. The Court hat fent Orders into Bohemia, ~^ga7Sdirforavia, to raifc their rolptAive Militia. Orders jBtetot* likewife difpatch'd into the Lower AuAria, for im-ntfjatewf tenth Man into the Emperor's Scn'icc ; and 'tis i_r?lhMfl Ordinance will (bon be publifh'd for compelling ftaHn of Difbnaion in the Upper Auflria, to raifc, --**'* - nj -fc.Ch�octtt� �f Bohemia, has had a Fit of the Apoplexy. XaeCoortreceiv'd Yeftcrday a Courier, which, as tis (aid, facto goo! News from Italy. The Duke de Wirtemberg JaxKWy the Command of the Imperial Army there, the Oaa �fe Merer' being relaps'd and gone to Padua. We expeel tfkr to hear of our Troops having enter'd the rarmczan. write from Conftaminoplr, that Thamas Kouli Kan has Wd a new Victory over the Turks, is become Matter of J]fcyiM, and �ras moreover nuking Preparations to march his tmf toward Syria, in order to conquer that Province. Trtm tbt C$my btfirt Dantzici, it% 20. On the toth wc Utov'd AcVke. that fane of the French Tranfports were arsis in the Read ? whereupon we it* Fire to all the Villages jkr� tie Sea Coaft, as the General bad formerly threaten'd ; & not Day 7 or 8 cf thole Ships landed their Troops at fat Wecafcflmundc, which""nude as double our Hands at cork ia barricading the V iftuh: We drew feveral large Cables atdat River, to obftracl the Faflage offmall Boats; we Communication with ccr Ir.ttrnchmcnt near Fort So-j_&fc�ir* by throwing a Bridge cvvr the Canal of Bootf- -i�i&i^-^clpV4l--ttj>-.the..Xj5tE of the (aid Fort tewatd WttSSEffittrfe. and open*d a new one on the fide of the Terra-(baa; v&f&k&cd-the Line of Circum vallatien which had tea drawn near Fo:t>Wechfcllinunde, to llop any Succour nat ought attempt to come that way, and run up two Redoubts catUSta-ihote. Meanwhile weeoruiuud to bombard and a_s_ie the City, bat the Enemy flackcn'd their Fire. On _tt� acd 13th we cmprov'd our VVcnks. On the 14th Pri-fcocnvfercexchang'd on each fide. The French, who had hakd to the Number jof 1500 Men, reimbsrk'd the fame -1^, miy ut back to Sea. Otrthe 1 Gth the Enemy made a Stlfr ifai our line at Staltzcnberg, but were foon oblig'd to nm, WKhbat effecting any Mifehief to our Works. On the rj& wedrtach'd a Party of Horfc, who advanced, tj the very Cassttrfatp of Fort W cchfclknunde; we drew out our Men Bwsfc from the Trenches; in order to alarm the Enemy, and Cetfanjrof the French Troops remain'd in the Fort, but none apjeu'J: Toefc Trenches are extremely well fortify'd, being 0*0*3 tkith Redoubts and Dmi-baftions, from the Viftula to tiemy Sesand we can't conceive that there is any Danger of Ae PiwSch penetrating that way to Danrzick, Ihould they think ppjer i� return ; we have alio thrown up a Redoubt on this J& the Vkula, and drawn a Line of CiicunmUafion from it -tkeRh-er; we arc bdy in carrying on the Works tor an , Attack nearAIgottefengel, over-againll Schiedlie-, and to-�^ ffifthof berg.- The Enemy laving fetFtrrto all The rfe*sj^i�^ie Sofefenberg. on the other fide our Foils, the pw Iftbhitms were fbre'd 10 abandon all their EftcQs, and tf tois .far Refuge. The Bombarding goes on as ufuaL but �e Enemy's Fire grows kfs and lefi ft-ery Day. ZpfatW*' 22- Sjx Tranfpoxt Ships, with French Tropv aoder rhe Qpnroy of three Men of War.faiPd thro* uwkcad, Hheieth lnfbtnr, for Dantzick. Their Captains njort, Uat tky (hall be immediately folknv'd by eight or ten &^&L&>JandcT theCnmmanrl oLM. daGSeXrouin. JTF\!fy24- The ^� ha>'� a* l&gfo refolv'd & �i��aHi�ary Cheft at Frankfort for fubfiaing the'Army ^*6sfie, and to levy thirty Reman Mimibs inllead of the ��f��TiBr. 'Tis talk'd that the Archives of the Imperial 5^^�ijctt^wiij be remov'd to Frankfan for iu better Stcsnty, "T^^^rB&r z-j. According to all Appea.-ar.ee the Siege ^^^"^lilLbe pufla*d wlffi~Vigour, and the Place dc-tcdwwh Courage. On the it na* invcittd by. the ^aTrccps^aisd-ihe nc� Day the Marquis of A�fcldr, O^maiud,: fent^^ �c^eoa the G dTCTnc-, "That he gaw him till Tomorrow �h�taicr;,fc� in cafeofRdu&l. the Fwtrcfs. with its -UMruoa atdlnhintrantvJBgukibe treated with theutmoit � ?W*r� and that no Capitaiiua;! ibould be granted r:�*JL" .The Getmt anfwer*d,"f?w> fir fim having a �* t* tbt lafl Dnf �/BUd I he Count-tie J^ww^tbeMarquB �TAsfcldt in tl.c Siege of Phi-^wt. 'ltofc Generals are to carry uu ti�cir Attacks in J^wfcrtfttPkcoat once. Tlx Duke d Cciwkk has left and a advancing towards Philplburg to cover the Fugeneremaias at Hailtion : Tic fiill Co-J�totte Proffian Auxiliaiici joia'4 him the ;tth ; the tail ^lUiawftrans axriVd VeiUiday. The Troop, of Saxe-JWhaxe-VVeiinar, and Saxe-Evfenacb, are aduilly on arc aiiueder'd to act coder the Command oj ^^euJeneTtrtBel&nie raajcnct as if he was the General ^J*1jn|n4of theEinpire, dm the Excpcior** General yyfe� that the Diet of Rarifhcn roi thought proper to . **� fo, ana to decline at this time naming any General jmT P*Esjpirr, in order to prevent TJneafinefs amcogft the many J Wttwu that appear for that Dignity. h f^T?** *^ *8 Cowat ^ Frcocb AmbaCulor, t.^. 001 Copeahigen, bd 00 body a^ yet knows the Kea-2; ,T.M � order'J 15000 JVJcn to iu*8.11*)', to reinforce Li� Army tLcic, the fecund �JF* of bjaniwds beiog ddlia*J sor limits or Stf y. ^^jryi1- 'Our la* Advues l.ora It Jy iritport, that gJIJwaaa^twPMhlkic tetiics iaw the City uf Naples, the firft only rtlnflmt bf Spw'ri; but the fecortd as King of N'aplcj, &\\ arid ihaf^ie Count dcMontemar is gone to reinferce tie Duke deCartro Pij*nano, who keeps the laM Viceroy and his little Army block'dwin the Town of T*� ranto. The Duke's Forces, when the Count deMootcmar � arriv'J, will confiil of 14000 Mert. TBe Viceroy of Sicily is return'd Xrom Melfina to ihut himrelf up in Palei Mr. Du GueTrouln. Cumniadore of the French Schtttlron; was taken ill at Bfeit the Day before he was to set tail Baltick. HagMt, J tint t. The Account of the Death of King StX-. niilaus b not confirm'd ; what gave Rife to it was a Report fprcad in the Ruffian Camp. The latl Letters from Da�okk ol the i zd pall advlfe, that General Munich having by Order of the Czarina made a Propofal to theMagtftratesot that City, for the foreign Merchants ti> have Leave to withdrilW from thence; the Magiftratcs demanded a Trace for two Days to confider thereof, which was granted ; and thejaid Letters confirm the Retmbarkuion of the French Succours; but thofe from Copenhagen fay, that they being arriv'd in that Road, and joined by the three French Men of Wat lately arriv'd in the Sound with Troops, they'.Jud fedail again lor-the Road of Dantzick. Amfittiam, J mi t. Letters frotn the Camp before Dant. zick of the aad ult. mention, that if the Number of French Succours had arriv'd there, which was'given out at Paris to be defign'd for that City, the Muicovites would have rais'3~the Siege, their Troops having made the proper Difpofition for retiring. The Rullians begin to want Hbmbs and other Ammunition, but expect a Supply on the Arrival of the Saxons, who arcreckon'd to be .got thither by this time, if not interrupted in their March; they conftft of 8 Battalions and 22 Squadrons. When the Drum came from the Magitlracy of Dantzick to demand of Count Munich a Sufpetifion of Arms, that General at firft refus'd it, but the next Day confaued, for two Days only, and with Pjrovifion that no Vcffel fhould be fuffer'd to enter or to go out of the City during that Space. The Dam** stickers want Water; and 'tis now faid that the Magiftrates have an Inclination to capitulate, but that the People, who are all mad for King Staniflaus, will not hear of it. Letters from Italy mention an lnfurreclion in Sicily in Favour of Spain, and thaf the fecond Tranfport of'Spaniards gocsdireclly for that Ifland. Deal, Mmp 25. Wind Eaft. His Maiefty's Ships Greyhound and Exeter fail'dYeftcrday in the Afternoon to the Wdlward, as w alfo the Outward-bound. The three Ad-mirals, with his Majefty'a Shipsj as alio the Anne and Catherine, While, for Bremen 1 and the Amelia, Fortler; for Bergen, Remain. JUtt Night tlie Julian Galley, Brame, for Cadiz, iaU'd at the back oftheGwwin Sands. L O "N D O N. Members chofen for the enfuing Parliament. BantfiapU. | Hou, Thepphilus Fortefcue, Efqt * Sir John Chicheller, Bart. DnvnroB. f Anthony Duncombc, Efqi  Jofcph Wind-, ham Afhe, Efq� -  - - " Heitjbtny. % Edward Afhe, and  Picrcy Court, 4Sfqrs. the Hon. HoraiioTownfhend, Efq; being infertrd by Miltnke. Lnafitrjkirt, % Ambrofc Philips, El'q; * Edmund Smith, Efq;   'Tis faid that Henry* Fumefe, Efq; Member in the laft Parliament for Dover, and Brother to thelate Sir Robert Fumefe, Bart, will Hand a Candidate for the County of Kent, in the room of Lord Vane, deceas'd. It having been reprefented to the King, that Richard Cantil-lon. Efq;. was, on Tuefday the lAtHlnnant, between three and four in the Morning, robb'd and ttiurder'd in his Houfc in Albemarle-ttrcct, and. his (aid Houfc afterwards villainoufly . Eirnt to ih.cGxflund,i. MtMnjefty, lor the better dilcoiwing and bringing to Juftice 'the rerlbns guilty of fuch fietBous Crimes, nas been j�leafed id proenife hu tnoil gracious Pardon to any one of the Accomplices thereto CQBceriwd, (except the' JPjWdlak-.b^ difcoyer any one or more of the Criminals, fo as he, flic or they be apprehended and convi&cd : And as a furtk-r Encourage' ment, feKiPhilip Cantillbn,* a Merchant of this City, has promis'd a Reward of 2001; W any oneof tlte Criminals (except the Perfon by whom the faid Murder was committed) who ibajrdiicovcr his or her Accomplice or Accomph'ces in the (aid Alu(der and Robbery, w be feaid on Convictoo of any one or more of them. On Friday. Night laft a PerfoU conrnionly call'd Gentleman Harry, a great Gametic!-, W*i �pated Cheat and Guinea-Dropper, with another Man of the fame ProfefSon, both of, 'cm.very well drefs'd. were apprehended by Mr. Rawlins, the HighCcnrttble o�^Weft'rmnfter? ta^ in Drury-lane, and baiiig csriied the" "next Molthing i�fbre "Siir John Gonfon, Thomas Lane,' Richard Newton, Thomas Devcil, Charles Eg�to�*nd ^yWHarpar,.EIqr*� bi* Ma-jefly's Juilices of th� Peacej vGjfttleman^ Harry, as be is caird, made a long Defence, .pretending that he had an Mate, and a confiderabk Annuity (or Ufa;' but not being able to make it appear to the Satitfaaion gf jhe Joftkes, but on the contrary, fevcial WitneiTes proving that lie had for fotue rime pad kvd wholly by Gaming, pimping and bullying for the Women of the Town, he and his Companion were committed to Bridewell, where they ate now beating Hemp in their fine Cloaths: * Two Months Pay in fix, due to his Majefty's Ships under-intiitiVJ, will be paid on Tburfday the 15th of June next in DrcAJ-lircet, viz. Rupert, 29 Jan. 1732, Pearl, 13 March, 1753. Drake Sloop, 31 March, 1734. :�jlift>ury Races begin with his Majefty'i'Plate of 100Guineas, on Tuefday the 18th of next Month. On Saturday Night bil their Majefties and the young Prirw eeffes cenie from Kiclnnoiid, and were present at ihe Opera-houfe in the Hay-market to fee the Performance of Pallor Fido, which we hear gave their Majefties fb much Siti&laftion, that they intend to be there again Tomorrow Night. This Day the SciLcms logins at Guildhall and Hicks-Hall, and on WedrteOJay at the Old Baily. On Saturday lall died the Highwayman that was (hot by a Gentleman on Vv"edncfday Se'uni^h', upon Epping-Forett. He proves to be a Carpenter that liv'd in Rofc-Sucet, near Soho-Square. Erratum. In Saturdays Faftr, Brother to the Earl of Wcihrsoreland, &c. jhtutd fillvw LotdCatbtrlmgk iu tit /iu-(ttdir^ Parugrafb. __________________________ D A N K R tlP T. Ivfcph Lawfon, of Wa ft'* hr*r tit C*miJimm ml r&r tUt-M*r*tt1i*mtrr 0r* ywVjf h Ct&fQUtr, Ejp tftt L*mi*l mvtttmt rtV Pin tvi3 ft ftrfirwfj tttit hjl jAm wt*fi *t i*f*�tbi/fj mtt^Stir. , ~6n~Sfm&ti tbt ltiri9*fjmt'�*� tft* m4� tit Btf&*t Oftr*, *�d * Fmrtt mt JAm -/*r m. nam ^j&W'W^ *� kn. v Htjrh Water at Laodoo rlridge ts% Jkft & t$ Vbttb ih the Morniat 1 aad 39 aftetffb thr Aftcrnoost. SaturtfcyBasJi Ssotkwas tj^j 1 half, a 3 4-hs. MB* r lanJt, ftnfd oMdjlaim CeH^KMt, Btmitnim*,, OxniitrrUi, n*JttnChbsJU.i+v*trr*dr*lfafm>HMLimT,* fiw'dMtt,. fanM+*m,. hU Dimmml Walnfcat Efcruttrti, m Urtf PMrttl ^(^aMntt Pnfes, Ddbm Wmnfi*L*niDt*t4U*fiZi3c. : "  Katt, The Goods to be feeo from Tnefday tbeitft InArnt to the Time of Sale, fromr^m t_Mori�u>g'iin7at Nighr, Cat ah/tut 1 tt it W mt^tbt PkurtfSmL. mud at thttr titufi in Sfri^Cardtn; mljt tf Sdmmel EJaztrJi, ilmfiO-Jbitf in tit 5/rW, BrOtr mud JhBismtr. ~ THE Proprietors cf the Free Bfbery d$r de- jSffd� mtt at tbt Smm Y*v** iebimd tit Rtfii Bmttuft, m frjdij tbt ^ifiltfamt. atThrtt'Cltdtit lit Afttrmmh ** r"0�� � Die*. With fattral Etttrtaimmtmi. fartk*Iar1y ' ... Ilx v+i P>t�oi� t" Ut. i. Teaoi wta Ut. f>tt*m(U�l ����-' U iic4, _ AC The Covent - Garden Tragedy P_-h-_c wi;' Mil. tftm* � K-� at Six a' Clxk. V. 0. Tki-i4*_ fa* til** ......._S: ;