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London Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - October 7, 1834, London, Middlesex M 6 N DAY, October 7, 1734. , arrm'J a Mail froth Flshden* Vienna* Scflembtr 29. BE Count it Traun has wrote Won) 1 from Sicily, that if it could be pofliblc I to fend 15000 Men into Naples, that ; Kingdom might be again redue'd to-the t Emperor's Obedience, even befoic this Year was at an End, for that the common People were one and all for his Imperial Majrrty, It has been fomc time tmder Cordideration 10 fend a �-...... Body of 20000 Men into Lombard/, .^Ijtwi dot something of this Kind will be attempted tT^atacCaapsia a over upon the Rhine. In the mean ^IcoaoRirpanDof Foot and two others of Cuirafiien in   �----�~m ib march to Italy with all poffible Stft.^o. Tbe Count deligjrrafco, his Majefty's jrat Rome, having informed the Court that the Pope j^laa Tnrfiumf"** to interfere with the Affairs of Poland, Ifcfeillie beta fiat Ins Excellency to prefs his Holinefs no ' gMamt to acknowledge our Sovereign in Quality of fUaad, bat to waiftiff"hkAlsjelly's happy SocceiTes �* JaVaodbatof Ms own Accord. The King's Depar-. fcrhlaoi iswt yet �x*d. the toth Infhnt her Serene High* a&i^^d ra the Collegiate Church, where TV Dnm was - ais Impetus Msjdly's Order, on Oesafion of _ ja'd the 1 jth of lalt Month over the Army of IPCajiB�:Itsly^xToe Archbifliop of Antwerp officiated, the imiOmedb of the Government, the Council of Brabant, aaldcCimiensaaBody were prefent; the Gum gave feve-�J&aWsfcoca the Ramparts, the Town-Houfe was hung mkteiCkxh,aad fllamiruttdjn the Evening, and the whole �eS^wiAanp3ffib}eTIagn!6cencc. Offt,d&6tr tz. The States^sfHolUnd will meet To-t of tbe Deputies being conic hither. All the * 'og in Switzerland are fcnHbr to be fettled in -mm immmm*. Those who came tomeJrimesagO were dillri-laaiiaihelewxd Towns', and pleafe the Countrvyery much, logwadcang People, and indinld to Good. The French AbUhoW tad Tc Deom fung in hh Chapel on Sunday lalt, fctdcV&ary the Allies claim over the Iinperialifts at ItJmJ^djQoanL^l^lefddon his Side would " equitable Balance; and with tnwetned Application, bent " himfelr to reconcile .daftihig Itferejb. To confef* thin all " the Courts of Europe nnitewbowctret othcrwife divided. " Britain has the Glory of being their common Arbitrefs: " Towards her the Opjfeifoi look with Mopes of Aid, the " Oppreffors with Awe :"Her Influence' (ball pfefcrre, a� " her riancft futtains remote Nations: For tin Produce of the " Mines of Peru is at preient bartet'd for that of ber " Fields, and Wealth fetcaU from both Indies, to inrichher " Farmers," _ � Did, OStbtr 4. WindS.fcibyK. Hk MajeftyV Ship* remain as per laUt. MotVof iba Outward-bound taifd, and getting ready to fail. The WiWhire, Adams; for Leghorn, who put backOfefterday, is fiuTd for the River. Came down this Forenoon ami faird, Anna Maria, Shelly, for Cadi*; InduftriouiBee, Burford, for LUboji^ DuttOAkr 5. Wind N,'B. His MajeftyY Ships remain; with Kent, Tickner, for Cadiz. The Oatwar&oound fairtl YeRerday. Came down aad &ird, Gloocct\cr, Otherrey i Sarah, Wimple, for Bolton. Arriv'd, William and Anne, Main, from St Cruiftophet'i. L ON l> ON. . .They write from Paris, that theAUks, fitice tbejr pa&M the Po, have drawn Lines from that Rivet,to the Ogfto. and ttiongly fortify'd them, in order to prevent Count Konigiegg penetrating towards the Cremcaeze, or atuckingtheir Army,' but to a great Diuulvantage. ~ . ~- The French haw likewiftbetn merry upon the Article from Vienna, mentioning, that the Emperor, upbn receiving Advice of the Surpriie of Marfhal B^l�*s Quarters, ordei'd a fine Piece of Muftck to be compos'tTby way of Triumph on the Occafion 1 but the French' lay, that when the Mufick came to be perform'd, his Imperial-Majeily had chang'd his Note, ..... alluding to the unpka�nt News which he received of the Battle of Guaftaila. The Germans ait the otherhahd take Notice of hii moft Christian IviajeUy's Humility 'and Piety, to appointing a folemn Thankfgiving for the Advantages .gain'd in the late Battlcat Guaihflla, which, in that Prince's Letter to the Archbifhop of Paris, are fumm'd up. in the uking a few Colours and Drums, and call'd a Succen fb great, &c. On Saturday their Majeflics went to Hounflow-Heath, with an Intention to hunt, but the Weather proving rainy, they ic-turrfd back to Kenfingon. Hijb Water at Limdc�ABr% �Vis Day. at a Mbotrt *af^6i�tWlLfarn�f, and 39 after 6 to the Afteraooa* Charitable - Corporation - Houfe, Spring* Garden, Augult, ^734- . T*HH Ce*rt*f Committee tftbefaul Cwfvfr- *� rim |iw Skit. rl>�rj^w^ H aUOHTOM, who M*f - *� - legggg,-.-' be *AM fte UD Saccrtainmew, caffl BR ITA N N IA i i apfcat'e � ibi� Stage Mjont. To �tuk& via >". i:>.*.% o a. The Royal Xov* R S* ..B*"^..M!:.^am^i. fa G*m#*** tt��ba�4, Mr. Aofta | Clowe* Mr. IMal�hawa i Ywwoo. Mr. Wethcrittt lit LoMktnW* Mr. Hias: u Lai&xa, Mi. to(4uA ; Tccmui's Mrs. Ha* mitfort: itt Lm�.W> wtfr, Mr*. WcodWartli U Uojoaer'sWIfa, aid. Sa*fiM*i � aOer ct tbc t.pJ>w�. Mr. Huktt j Oeatltmais Mr.Htitw. m�. Jnawa, km Mr.Morris-, Hob Woosaa, Mr.Net* n�i tfg Wamsf-Mr, Mj^afi) rWu, Mr. torn and lit* *lt�* I BaOtefWowOk Mr.isctfi. . WidiMKtflkkoiM^'itwW.Seaaa. , ,! Bex*$*miBmLmiatmtt*$Ugtst. Bticti^$.,fit tU 6� n. R. K� Wft tt�n tfcttaii hke wi3fee wtaadidiuttbeTb-og �o ratlin� iter DkihmMKe. *aria|B*�aat UMlreaium, no retk�/�MWefv To begin cJtaaiy at Six o^Ctodc ^; r^Mo^ioWinara^aftw thaO^aiiiMrawaep, ? i ^PbostWcbt ft^Mteu|^U{^^VsCiM^�rfMW I tbe TUcsur. , - ------- It dtm^g Hkewifc upon the fame Occafion, theTmpe-slit dsiausg the Adranuge of that Battle, but he has not jedaot ir, expefiiag perhaps Orders from the Court of Vi-aam. TleJaseS Advices we have from thofe, two Armies are, datde I*d the Po at Borgoforte, with H>. as it was believed, to attempt to pafs the Oglio and 4,|am'theCranbuese' ; and that the Allies had alio paf-iZlMdc lo i; i:p her new Conqudh, nor of Sardinia oi evicting the Milanclc. The � ^**fBa> jafliy thinks hcrfclt injur'd, in being ilript yr^B5tt*{ag'' Md requires to have them reftor'd. m �^*?T^er Expedients for Peace, or Preparations for ** T?1!*^ T prrf^nt Campaihs, the indch.tigable * ?"">"Y^of Great Britain lui uken to tft'ecl an uai Of the prefect Differences, will do immor- �Srf^ t0dal V'mce- iii:> Majcrty has (een lainirlf m �> hy tbe fcveral Powers, at Lb Throne. and their refpeclive Grie-If thefe interlccl each other 1* ^J^^bmner as to be difficult of adjuitmg ; if the Com-* �w!SPy�c.Bc�a'� *�d inllead of having tluir Preten-- 7z7.%mm9y *�eh*d. trv bv force Sole ^ **y by Force and Ait to wrelt the *IosdsW^.7ZS if �*>c Clamour tn all Hand> is l�ci_~"|etoft Note, of Rcafon to be heard, the King tr.e and attentive he ha> kit contribute to icllore the pro-ux4uikeu ha he held out the !-aT*S^rd*fii�Part: Sen OhTriday Morning the Indian King, Queen, &c went to ajor Foubart's, to fee his Royal Highneb the Duke perform his KMrcifes on Horfcback, and were exceedingly delighted at his RoyalHighnefVs Dexterity. They went altcrwaicU to Sir HansSloah^, and were fhewn his Curiofities. On Saturdkv they were invited to Sir William Chapman's, and entertain'd with Wine and Sweetmeats, after which they wcnflo Goodman'sWieldi Playhoufe, and expreft an exceeding great Pkafureat the Pantomime Interlude represented there. Yeilerday Evening theyNwreat Chrift's Hofpital to fee the Blue-Coat Children . and a>>bey went, Oopt at St. Andrew's Church, and (laid all the time oikDivine Service: the Mico's Nephew was very attentive" to thVprayers, having bis Book before him all the time, and every part^f the Service (hewn to him 1 be repeated the Lord's Prayer snd Belief after the Mini-Her, and was greatly pleafed with being at Church, faying be would go to Church at Georgia, when he gorhpme, to Hear Mr, Quincy. We hear that they do not embark till next Week on their Return to Georgia. His Majefly has been pleafed to grant his Conge cTEIire the Dean and Chapter of the Cathedral Church of Salifbury. for electing the Right Rev. Father in God, Dr. Thomas Sherlock, Lord Bifhop of Bangor, to the laid See of Salifbury. Lad Saturday dy'd after a long lUnefs at bis Houfe at Tottenham, Charles Shales, Efq; aged about 73 Years, and is fucceeded in hisEiutesby bisonljr Son John-ShalcsBaringrnn. Efq; He had been above 45 YearsTconcern'd in tbe Office of hi5_ Majefly's Golduniih,-into which Office Mr. Minora of Lombard-Street was fwom annTadmitted feme Years fince. On Thurfday laft died of Fainting Fits, having beta brought to Bed about a Month, at her Seat at Heaton near Manchetttr in Lancafhire, the Lady Egerton^ who nurried W het fceend Hulband John Brooke,' Efq; youngcil Son of Sir Thomas BxooJte^joilNnrtcaiJnCJudQius^^^ Holland Egerton, of Heaton, Bart, and youngell Daughter of Sir Roger Cave, of Stanford in NorthamptoaQnre, Ba^tt, Her Lady (hip has left I flue by Sit Holland three Soosandl 1*0 Daughters, and by her fecond Hulband, Mr. Brooke, two Daughters. - Sir Ralph Asfhcton, olMiddleton in Lancafhire, Bart, was on the Point of marrying Mifs Egerton, tldcil Daughter of the above-nam'd Sir Holland Egerton 1 but the^edcUDg, obulu melancholy Occafion, is put off for a more time. . ^>'^K9^^i "83 "SliTps wereem^ We hear th�t three Cojliers were loll laft Week* two near Scarborough,~and one upon the Coafi of France. " Saturday Bank Stock was 140 1 4th, for the Opening. India 145 1 half. South-Sea Trading Stock 81 i 4th, a 1 half. Old Annuities 106 1 4th, a 3 8tbs, for the Opening. Ditto New Annuities 105 1 4th, a 5 8ths. Ti>rr� per Cent., Annuity 94 14th, a 1 half. Million Bank 108 1 half, a 9 African zo. York Buildinus 3 1 half. Royal Affuranca tjQ. .London A durance 12 3 8tL, a 1 half. New Bank Circulation 3I. 7s. 6J. Prem. South-Sea Bonds 3I. i6s. 3I 174. Prem. India ditto jl. 19s. 4I. is. Prem. Tares per C at. ditto 2I. 6s. Prem. Engliih Copper 1!. 10. Wellh diua Books ihut. Salt Tallies, 3 4ths. per Cent. Prem. 'TTIIIS is to give Notice, to all Gentlemen and * others cbarg'J It tht tfifiminJler-'Tiocf of Ho>f* Miutut. that tbiy, or a Jit ami able Man fir them, art la fxrajf, mwtttJ on a flrong ttack or brawn Hatft, im all lb* Aitemtitmmst dir.sitj in their Tideti, ixitb Led Hats, im Great Linalxi /mm FuUi, by Se� Hay. t*Kf itac 71b of Odtobcr, �W bs ptc(entc4 a CoaMdy� catt'ii The WAY of the WO R LP. Writttm ty tit It* Mr. CosOSIV C." atiHiflB�at% Mr*,; Mnat�t, Mr. *���, fainsl, Mr. Walker} Mr. 01 pan ; Sit-Wnivt Mitwxu'd, Mr.Hi|ipi|l�* i Per*, laoi. Mr.Ncdk : W���d, Mr. U�(n , M*t*oo4, Mi*. Nal'ttnt M�. F*wk MfKintMpfcri lads' wHblur'c, Mrs. MttUan I foibla, Uti. kcioM i MiuMf. Miti fMct. To �iiJ> wiO ba *A�*Am Fane, eilW The COUNTR Y HOUSE. H'rinntf tit Uu Aar Joim Vanbiuoii, With imuwtmmmtat* tf Doming, fmrtit*Ur{f ----- bf tor.Glo* W. tiiLs. tumiv, u�. �fa�&t*', J, Mr. Tuiburi j Mr rmt, Mts. imtcs Maisau. Mti* Halifax h*'*. Wtl&UMth. Ctiit**: tulii�Ut;t MifcMsi* \ H'Ui �*tra&amtnii tf Daaring;. tWcf Aft I. Tt* DriMiSe* Vfitftr^ toi*TX*Om. h*t Unswd w4 fanxH at tim f�o>m>t OcpJard bull, fat G**at cut ; (ate � &r*t�� t>jg. Bt3, Xexa ACtoa, ih� atUft a 'otci frJ nuM. B'tmty, ttTmTtiaa+iau. NuMf to bs oa ' f^fjjn^ Un it� su� lifM lira. 1 Mir, r^�-' l>Hg*c�fmaUfai-* Lctgo *i the fuaoas Whit See TaUt^ifoa, ibat t>t� Am U 1&'4cr i im Oj(s iam CUr�>Mab ��> C* Mc�Kf. 4.Mf. *.a*j t*,**4ft& so vichfucwarlu, as4 loo6|2f AMr*^Ssacaa�-'tf^ tic Pistplr. tim*. n*i* ma it tmM m4 Btst-ktuUtg tttry MtUtu U> 1�mU*m iuJ ba ifss'4 a: l, a>d a. � fiswfcj/. ;