London Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - October 2, 1834, London, Middlesex
""LV ON ES DAT* * * t to fife * t; ifcV ^ ���..,...�� .- -_.,...... f> Hague, E have the foBowisg Access: of the � Batrlr of GuarUHa tojg^* t^c i �?:h of I bit Match, it u tola c� (be Ir&perral tide, and dared at Maatua O* 24th toJwvrog; * The VcJdt-Marfhal Coont r Kccrgftgg, who arhtM 11 Liaara the iSto. ix^n itiitirrlf Ue crrri-I * sary iXfpc&uocs fcr atuck.ng tirf * fcorroy the neat Mcromg. and ac- * cordiegiy drtacb*d Gen. Zosgrnberg aridi two Regiment* of Hwfc and four Compears ot Gr.-, ggJKf^ who pott el tbesiklaea alznoft in Sight d rJbeJEfxm J OaW 19th ��*7 the �We Amyadaarx'd towards tbe fiajmr, ** lafeeoy Bjartihiag upon tbe Cadeway on tfce fck of lb* Po j itieCavaby at the Plain bck�. We tad � tte Po to cut Right, which Rim, brtcre yak ecfte to Gua-�fi^-, leaves tbe laid Caafaeay and ronsrfF so the Diftmee of a Mile, and at Goatialfa renrnmg. girts the form of a friwfe~tD the inrermcdsate Ground, waich, both on the 'jit t* the Poaad tbe Cadrwajr, b befct withWoods and � Cccpkts, bot in the middle has aa even and ocd braatifal Mcadew. * Twaa in tins Trangk the Enemy �as patted, a hiring they Foot in die Wood on tbe �dc d" tbe Causeway is facn nanaer, (feat k arss rmpoc3bSe to jjdgeof their Number bot by the Vigour �f their Fire. Their .Horse, which did not appear to cgeced-^aas. was pofiedjntac *�kUk of the Plain. � Col-SiwWbcim and Lieut. CoL La^mana'd at tbe bead off2 Companies of Grenadiers m fcrxe tbe Focaiy from a Point of the Catdeway. wbrxxe tbej jhoaTr"J a perpetual Fire Upon at. Lieut. Gen. Vadparaiibanj J.laj Gen. Wach- tsooock were decaciTd to Hippest tbes ; tu: ia ipote of taeir oOBoft Efbm they could not fsKczed, tbe Enemy bang aav onillly rejufcrc^d with frdh Troop* ; totfcai u �at teougbt a^^Wtcnd the Prince d"H�KBrghaalen 17 Com- aniaot Grtuadien, and General Sokaar with 6 Battalions, tad thete were afterwards fcDow*d by theGcaczab Newport tad Colrnlfrino with 7 Baoalkns more ; fe that in �nethe *�rbak inraatrjr were a*gpf�d in a fegalar-fiutk." Behind oar Ia&DDy were po2ed lemal So^adront of Horfe to tup- prt tb-rn,, ~whi}tt $0 other Sqaadroas BiaitJi'd into the Weadow and attacks' the Enemy * Canity. We could not *i�KtaiMof a complete ViSary, had we been able to drive 'taces kto tbe narrow Poatt of tfce Triangle, where they T*wsaldfcatrebeen pesn'd cpandcsxbieto err; bot nccwitb- (biding tfce ictirpkiit) with which ecr Troops adnne'd, tad even the Advantage they bad at the btguaungfci' tbe Bttlr, the Hani laviag a&aEy hrdbe irxo that of the ' Enemy, yet they coaLi oct improre it 00 aay Psrpofr. on Aftoafit of the t^f"^ of the Wood, aod tec Number of r'Cifiao anf deep Ducno, aiauogg wnkli lie Enemy �tre poScd, and Ctoia whence they so braUy, that the Ge- BcrabValparaiib and Waditeaaoack were ray toon �windcd, n likcwiie moil of the Oficen of the Stzn>Majcrof the Brigades, and only Coos: Ublenield kk to can in and tbe 7 ' Aanalifias. We had alio the Misfatimr 10 k&thcbrave 'Prioceof Wineinbcrg in the middle of the Action, at a Morntat wbtn the foot uood in aacd need of larOidas to cooiad them. General CtJmuiuf was kilfd towards the dafcof theAclioB. * Afl tbrfe fatal Acxidem indac*d the Coont de Komg&fg, after a Fight of 6 Hours, wherein we ka not an Inch of timnd, to put an txd to the Attack and 10 draw of his ' Troops, which wasdonein fiscb good order, that about half aa Hoar after 5 the Amy retmajd, pshoja the Itafl Imer-^repooo, to tj^ Camp at Lszinr^^ they had lam the %U before. Our Loh, Horfe and Foot, kilTd and woatded, makes together buwim 4 and joco Men; �W " ifthuif tit �m* u mit vrtmsrcamftisrabU. it maff ke AT LEAST EQUAL. * On the 20th, the Army march'd to Morgigi�na. oppofite ' *� Borgofatte, where a Bridge has bsen finer tnrown over tbe P�t� opto a CororajwikatMn withtfae Seraglio, for a proper SubfifiaBcewhilliwecay, anrLa safe Kcuxat if ii(boaklbe tkfiught cecef&ry* TbefcLeaers add. that ' Acm Cnnliamaad 3 Regiments -4-^&why''haire?raae jin'dC^tr Kocagicjg, and that this General w*s making Diipcfitxiosior a tew Attack ; bat PtapkthiBk he wilc^i wait ihcArmal of the Rrioiorcc- fbr . .-----.---j,___,______Impe- V~Army eneimp'd � Heidelberg, to toe Duke of VVirtem-J*"15 iron Pans reb?r. that the Martial cTAsfcy^ � _^ICI3c!i Army, iwe-rW'd cncuBp*d coir Ofecbourg. r.-T'^', ^ft4&r TirCkar that was seat to *^�a�pfc with the CztrisJsConpl^rrs of the Irropuon G ^i^1 ^ Taiari icmPoianJ, i*'reared with the Sigoor** Aniwer, wrich scsparo, that as the laid Step Pr^hy theTa^rswa4nttthr�sthMCcpjiance. hdrCzatun �i8lst Ue* them :a what rsaeaer fee rleaJed. The ^Shtr^M, heatj ^ ^ �>itBca -j-retps are toem�- *5f�WmttuPon. SV"*i �et becucIbuientJ thcfaI. llcfiaot, hating Jjft^&eCoa .mrtan,^�nd in full March to r*cOv�r Vhe MilalHc: * But as nc l>ay is rvxffetthis pretended Baule, 'tis btGcVa th�Writer had not reccver'd froo) the Surprke which the unexptAed paf-fingof the jmperiahfts over the; SrccW, and their Advantage for a Day over part ol .the A%d Army, mi^ht about that timecccaficn in Milan i fince *tii certain, the Imperial Army, by their own Account, lay quiet on tbf^th in their Entrench-menu on the Banks of the Po, and \is noV]wfrible they could ef&ft/o much, and have it (tilted at MUanth^nexrDay, The French Accounts thmi 10a the Imperialilts to have even, demclift'd tharBtidgci, uhder Apprehenfions of being' putTiied: but perhaps this may want Cprifirrrtation, as the Gazette of 1 Jail Night mentions Count Konigfeg^ to have-been already joind by a Reinforcement of 6000 1 roops, and that another A a ion \v�j foori expecled. The..Letter Jilawife^lrom^npa reUtrd probably tb the firfi Aclkm of the Imperialitli. - It would^ have been very acceptable to the Town if either. oHhefe Manufcripw had explained th> extraordinary Account of a V iftory feen in feme of Vcilcrday's Papers, wherein the King of Sardinia isdefpoiTd of hii Sau&ges, and hit CUett t^ken with a SUM ata at. wh^rh the Emperor would be glad to get, but what his Sardinian Majeity docs not fear .to loft. According to all Aacounts from Berlin, there are lets Hopes than.ever of his PruiiUn MajeAy's Recovery, the Swellings encreafing in his Legs and Body 1 he has a|fo had Convulfions in his Face, which are lookM upoh �s certshf Fore-runners of another Attack of an Apoplexy j fo that without fome.very fuddea Alterations, a very tew Days will probably put ah End to this Prince's Life. PS. A Repurt is jull now fpread that his Majeily is dead. His Serene Hlghrjeji the Prince ofOrange was laft Saturday iVnnight ttill with the Ifoperial Army jt Heidelberg; his Highnefs propos'd, as fobn aij the Armies were gone into Quar-., ten, to vihft the Fortrcffes of Brifac and Fiibourg, andto^o afterwards to Dietz and the feveral other Lordthips which his Highneis has in the Empire. His Majeily has been plcii'd to interpofe his good Offices with the King of Denmark, in relation to the Differences between that Prince and the City of Hamburgh, which has occafpn'd his fairing fo many of their Ships-jund we hear that the lame will be iboh put. in-a way qf Accorno-darJon. ' * ' - � The President of the hte C^diirt Martial having made his Report* with relation to tjie Private Gentlemen of the Earl of AloernarFc's Troop who inliilted Col. Fuller, hia Majefly has been pleafed to order, that the Perfon who challenged the Colonel Dull lie piquttted, and that the other (hall aik hu Pardon. We hear there will be a great deal of Company this Meeting at Newmarket; his Grace the Duke of Bolton will be there from Hook-Park in Dorfcifhir*, the Duke of pevonihira from Cbatfwdrth; the Right Hon. tfce Earl of Portmore (at out on Monday, and the Duke of Bridyiwex this Day, for the lame place. Laft Saturday Sir Daniel French, of Gloucefler, had tKT Misfortune to be flung from his Horfe on Hainpftead-Heath, and[taken up for dead. Jle was carried to the Three Tuns in Hampftead, and all poflible Care having been taken of him, there arc at prefent fome Hopes of his Recovery. He is attend-cd by icveial Ptiyftcians and Surgeons. Col. Otway b on the point of letting but for bit Regiment in Ireland. The Right Hon. the Earl of Eufton, eldeft Son to his Grace the Duke of Grafton, now on his Studies at Geneva, js Cent for home. V ' ' ' On Monday his Royal Highnet the Prince of Wales fent for the Indian Prince, and gave him a private Audience at his Apartments at Kensington : His Royal Highneis prelehtcd to him a Gun finely ornamented, and a Belt and Scimeter. His Royal Highneis being afterwards at the Plavhoufe in Drury-lane, where the Indian Chiefs were, he fent them Wine, Fruit and other Refrdhments. Yeflerday Morning died at his Seat at North HalUJamcs JCemp. Efq; one" of his Majeity'i jalticc* of the Peace lor the County of Middlefex. _____�_ The Lady of the Earl of Portmore, who was laid by Miftakc to be ill, is happily in good Health. . Yeflerday was held a Court of Lord Mayor and Aldermen, when Mr. Hyde, clefted Bridgc-Maltcr on Alidfuuimer-Day lafi, was fworn into his Office. The same Day Council was heard, and feveral WitnclTes cxamin'don the Affair depending between the Inhabitant of Caflle.Baynaid Ward and the (^mmiflioners of the Scwcn � but the Court was pleafed to adjourn the Dttennination to another Day. - � ~ \ The F.ad India Company has put off the Sale of their Saltpetre, which was to have been Ycllcrday, to a further Time. The Newcaflk, Capt. Lewis, from Bombay, is daily exprctcd. The Books of his Msjefty's Sloop the Spence, and Dublin Yacht, are fent to Portfmooth, to pay the Wages due to their Companies to the 30th of June laft. ' '~ This Day the Malefaftors will be executed at Tyburn, tbe three. Men hang'd, and the Women burnt. Antony;!'Angludge, alias PAnglob. one of .thofe^uito Md his Majwfty'i grackus Reprieve, had a Petition ptcfented to the King in his Favour '$y~Mr*., Strjtda, Lhe &moui.SJnger, ^1 Vnnd tfTt*, Ctfit. Br�mt,t R,m. Jirly Ufjit rtfufj tt'ttth �vt*ib *rt t� t tr mati( into t imgmr, tmtHm ttrtt M**ti BANKRUPTS. James Watts, of Cateaten-itrect, London, Packer and Chapman. John Blake, late of Taunton in the County of Sumerfct, Serge Maker. High Water at London Bulge this Day, at 33 Minim j a fx/ z in the Morning, and 54 alter 2 in the Afternoon. Yeflerday Bank Stock was 140, for the Opening. India 145 l half. Soutu-Sea Trading Stock 81 1 half, 81 1 4th. Old Ancuities 106 1 4th, for the Opening. Ditto New Annujuc* ioj i 4th, 105 3 8ths, 105, ioj 1 8th, a 1 4th. Thrte per Cent. Annuity 94 1 4th, a 1 half. Million Bank 108 1 half. African 20. Yoik Buildings 3 1 half, a 3 4th�. Royal AtTurancc 98. London Alfuranca 12 3 8ths. New Bank Circulation 3I. cs. Prem. South-Sea Bonds 3I. 13s. a 14s. Prem. India ditto 3I. 16s. 3I. 17s. a iBs. Prem. Twee per Cent, ditto 2I. jj. Prem. Iinglith Copper il. 1 $� Wclfh ditto Books fliut. Salt Tallies 2 1 half, a 3 4UU, per Cent. Prem, Cuftorn-Houfc. London, t Od. 17^4. \ . tor, S jf L .�! By Order of the Honourable Commiffiooers W His Majcfty's Cutlorm, t�c. . -* V (fy aY tt'ednejday tbejtob tf 0�f�fer, 1734, nth L*$RKm*t 1(* Cmfitm Umfr, "lt&*r -4t� aV SiiItJmt�BtmJfr iiHgmr, twtNm ttrtt Mmtt* mfitr th XVftarjt cffiy^jnJutftg a toqtr Ctrtifietu him ihttfzrtttftmiJK* (t/tarf^aUl)iititi} �nd artttlt jttm ml rht K*gt W+ttmA mt^^ttt*st tbnr Jfafl in ffiMbtfftr-frttt m H'tditjJ*} ttt^J_8 the id o( OAobur. * ill be yninwrd Taas>lf. catl'd _ CAT . O. To Which �ilt b? ttiti \bt tail gittiaiemet, ��! BR IT A N N IA o a. * Xhc Royal L o v � * i, nrltaouii, mm. ?a�mbera; Oerrnawkm, stn* Jowrat OaoisV Mm,.u w.-...................-.........--------..............Retmtv . ......----------��---- - In which will be itttrrxtocV at* r�*aawa� tanrMe. caffli HA RLE IN in the Cit*: ___1 o a, A Wond e r� _ Colmtine tyntd EUj&nt* 1 if* aaadhain,,; aafhie �f tk* Bttyhw*. Ut. Hmm % GwhIj r. H�fhin, Mr, Jcnkina, and Mr.Mo>ri*t Httb Was�*\ Mr. t EI* VVamtn, M�. MonUfi j Parma, Mr. awJ Mr. Af �at Colitrrtbii�� by a/ra.lbtbmftr Harlequin, Mr. tun, jus. Cal�*bi>*V liw! Clown, �tr. Pcnhfihmaa ; Yracaaa. air- Weturaik s at *lr. Hind ; 3d Loodonar,' Mr. Topham i TftMuara wlsa, Mra. ifa-rhiltoiii lit LoadoDcr'a WUt. Mrfc.Wjoa��t4; 24" J -* Mift ' ' " ' - Mr. tia , n�. uaikst-Wooiait Mr. Baa II Wiih nr� Mufkb coospoa'd by Mr. Secdo. �~ Btxtt and Baltenia at the Sugt ft. BeMtt+t. Pit It. 6m\ Galitry 11. (id. N. n. No left il.�n iba luJ fn�* will be tahm*ar*>*�h�Tiaatajf, being tba a* of Ocaohcr, aBh (wcsc�4 a Tra> �edy, calt'd , Tnc A L B I ON Q^U � � N S,: ---9 3 1 ALBION Tbe Death of Mary igueen of Scotland; Q>)cen Mary, Mm. ��ro, btkf ihe 14 cia� of htr aswrsrhsj �w thai State i ihe Oukc of Norhjlfc, Mr. My**-( Ds�ifc�, ir *m } Monun. Kc(ient of SaHUa4, Mr. tt**futt. C�:i, h*r,P+*-lent, DuUoUff, Mil* NQffa ; Quern EiinbciK, irai'agp. To �U*n will ha tmtm, � ^ " The N EC ROM AN C E R z Harje qu t ft Dr. FAUS TVS. HirUqiin by Mr tu, ; thcGoa4*j&ln\Otmas, an taltrawltjjji,. Charuo, die Sbatiea of Hclcfl. Haro* led Itmtdet, pttt&m'Jk kf Mji. Iey^rie Mofcr*, m>. Cvs��. ami htn, Ofdao � I'uitch. Mr. Bovai; l> A^'i Mac, Mr. Illf^&*J i aaal at* th�'^(|a> 1'aru co b� perio'm'd by the Cotnctfu^>. Boxes 5_*l, Pit 5 s. Gaikrya t. T� B'jpii"'itxuiih at �>* Upper Galcry By Ifa Majejtfs Company tf Comedon^ T Toa tlie Theatre m lorrow, tia-t >bcr}dof O^whir, 'mJ^oitStmmS* OLD BATCHKLOR Sattlari *svW�~ The Written by tbt Imtt Mr. Co*-CfclV*. The Old luuhc.ur. atr. Q�it>, Jir J�frs> Wt;iSiia. Mn.Tbumjiwd i a�La�a, Mis* KlNUr � 4 Mi* i.anircl; S>l�ia. Mr* tfiitharU , Lucy. Ut*.ClxafJk*. Wih fimciii omtru U u�Btiog batwc, J.Dti�, Mn. WaHcr. Mr�. r#lba�. atifc Mawaaaw a� ta rollctcc U'eU i a titer, the ftcxikn. lUhraoa. aa� J To whMh w.tt ha �4*U, The BURGOMASTER TRICK'D. Wuh a CmicMolkf-Oaariiwe comoua'i by Mr. Ciaaha. Burgo-Mallcr, Mr. Nitelou ; IUrk^c�i.alc�f. l�l ~ " Mill Maua . liu-t> MMu't UffiOL, Mr. la|ac.r�i ! Janoo i f�iJ Oa r Wlib lhe Honour* ofjir Jub* raiuaa, w� uh �.�..... wmm - -- p.^pi , , tudit, th� lauiaa aU-*, Ou. *W at aVawSt �t a> a*aaai/!an*w*' ^ MaifoiiuMi, ,M^.ay,Ctmmfd.� ttt(m�ttaV.mtmttttda\.lW>mtftmm ..I i KrKlax will b� �*!���� f *JU*a\ tbe lsi*ji�jwJif|^a��:v/.