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   London Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - January 3, 1834, London, Middlesex                                The Daily Advertifer. Numb. 1227.' .........m...........   1 , 1    *v "1 FRIDAY,  j a no art 3,  1734. Bap** J*"**? * I HIS Place, which appeir'd lately I in feme berry, on account of the Conferences held between the Mini-iers of the mediating Powers and them at War, is now resWd to iu former Tranquility. The Anrwtrs of the feveral Courts to the Propofi-tiom made them,. are not expected here till the middle of February, till wBen we Jhall remain tvholly in the mM **T tig* W be drawn from the JCingof .�^^ameshtitm^m^-m^masm-� and s*W�* ArteraWfcfrfc'^^1 Ray. that *e eapefl ir^Idrosuieoc*. Men nttfen thus: The Court of Lon-iT^tfic^factfttWy well acquainted with the Palates �iftTlmdPowers hiEurope, end had uodonlxedl/ diT�- * kkaM�ok � cook op � Bid of Fare for the Entertainment * meem fet more certain. �hes> we fecoHeft that ibe Heads it iteBfflof Fare were fent with the Invitation,_asa further � MMlliitlrl Tt engage the Gentlemen to come to Table. tSe1S#^ mUnWt that the il>i(i s theAflhun of Poland, 10 the matu-_ rrf the fereorefi of Ruffia end the King of .it a* Ejtpedifttt wluch w u finely conceiVd, that it [no fconer arrive at Paris, Warsaw, Vienna, Konjgf. �*d PeWrdwrg, but it fljaU fad Approbation, and ibmu flyinuesdiatelyimo the Areas of each other. 1 ft*** faavRcafca at preterit for fclievipg 'wnaMagiclt �Cosrrtee*� but flapuM ft Produce the raomisVI EfieO, the * Awkort *f * p>yji be mm fa Omauwifl^Mwpf � WW N. N.W. All the Outward-bound ire wiu Sail. Toe Eaft India Ships are preparing to , Csm down and failed through, Ann-GaUjr, Speed, rtewakajSuccefi, Atkinson, for Falmouth 1 Mdfbrd. &�* tor Dublin. I. 0 N P O N. Jtjift from tlw Jfjujpe,, that the French Aroba&dor, ^e^Fe^ejqo,     /JUinwted to the Deputies and ag'd in, the Cuafoences there, that altho' the |ter could not give a catbegatical Anfwertotbc ,,,. . ps till the' Princes his Allies had been ceoJblted, immtt W� to declare f� fcr, that hit inpft OuiuJaa * "1 nothisttmore oa hit part tat mfeluogSta- **�" **�" Thjee^jfjM^ he War, would rciroborfe him the fix-1 at; aod tbat when this was done, be was rap PUsipOaug, Ice 9 the Empire: The* a? ; l(f laft it to the Emperor to unravel the Clue with and Sardiniai but that bp could oof begin ate from Mi Allies, i came an Accrjunt from Madrid, that in 1 the tilth and 25th of December lalt, N. SL ;�f SpsiaPstlne Palace over-againrt the Bridge of Se-Madrid was u&fbnunatdy Ui on Fire, and that the hBwb**ith fich Rapidity, that the (kui Pahpe, aod a(l WslwiViumretliem wereamfojm'd toAftes, togo-MWts�a*4e^utcO)lkclioo of Pi^utnio Eiurope. I^Mitfttia'd by tlusMt^rtune is computed at feveral T^^|iB8B�. ^EJ|g|bt� bat how itjuppen'd jb as yet tHon. thcEvl ofChdmvadeley has rcfignd his ; c/the Ha& to his Royal Higboefcth* f rince i is jtalk'd of-ior that of Mailer si the Horfc no Waeothe Right Hon. the �arl of SutberUnd, t fimxnTem of Scotland, wasiojuricd to the U�ty gfafc S�ft� �P tbe Right Hon. the Iiarl of Wcmy$. jpwrdjed at bis flovfe dHjqining to the OperaJHoofc in f,Harket, the ^mous Mr. Heydcgger, who has en-ftae NflbUity for many Years wnaJalls �ud l^dotioi, UfWMarrisgtTrs agreed upon, between the Hc^. ^Jgfc.&B to the late  cscftaai er in the Mraories. A* did Ukewife Mr. Hammond. Ckrkrf tfc Cfccbworkm Company. Tit Revtnmf Mr. Drrtr, Ibtiht if St. Umtrntt Rttd-L*mt vnU PrtmA mt Maun ?2flmxtS*aim Ths Eveaiaf wiU be Potanad, At the FnascH Tsj*atas sb the H*t-1Ia�k�t. BELPHEGOR, &c At. the Thiatsi Rotas, in Dst�*r-L*si�. OROONOKO, wrth CoLossama ConaTE3(ax. At the Thkatrc Rot At iss Co*a*t- Ga�dis. The BEGGAR** OPERA, with the fUrs of Paoiaa-rist. At the New Theatki an Ooo�>AssV-Fsaaos. The BUSY BODY, with thejCstrattCAL Cowaraa-raiTs. High Wsear � after 5 in the Morsuef, and |y Ycfierdajr MkStock wee t%9 s kstf. fcr the Openmg. SowJ^TmassgSa the Opening.        *-  -r   :--- tMs Day, 5 34 iuc vpnung. T>ld aasmsaaa to; 7 ma*, iswam new auirjes 106 t half a 3 8tJssas JsabVaee theQ| nmg. Three per Cent. Anoint* 95 1 41b, sor theOpsmag. htiiGassBaalt to; 1 half; Afncajt to. Ycei^Bmlemgs 4. Rayal AS* nnce ^8 t halfc Lundun Agtemte IT 1 4th. rSewTBatS Circulation jL ea, 6d. Frears. s3omo-Sc�tasK> jt tea. Pom, Indie dum 4L  is. Prem. Three pgr Ccsst. Jem ^ Prem. Eagiifh Coppn xL Wctth dmo Beobimc. Jwdt Tallies z 1 4th per Cent Prem. TTK---:- fOUR Vote and Intertfi art bmHj Jejir'd William kitchiner, (CiTiitR and Stat iosi b e* LONDON, . by Trade at CsVnsrn) To if out tftbt Jk-Cmmn tfthnGtf, mdt mm wf Ur. tbtm*i Jiknjm, dtarij ; tain b*tb 6ta mfm tie limy mfn>i*rJitf TttxhttYtars | Utthwmkptmtiftsimlimit, ami h*vtm a Wife v.hah*tb aVca �j*&r'd imhtT$n& firm* AT the KING's THEATRE in the Har-Maraer, Tomorrow, the 4th at JnWT, w�l he s�r> torm'4 aa OP&Ba, A  R T AXE r S E S. tit *pd Boica tp be p�r tofctber. w4 m lerfcam so las sssawai without Tuket*, mbiib will br rfctfctt'a thu Dsr. � she Ode ia the Hat-Marltci. at hatf  Caiam i tSj   cuHot *k B bu MAiesTT'* Ctmmmmi. No ftrfbm vbatmr to est iiSwisTra b bmi the Sonssa, % �  tit ptmt* mftr-fintiiu flJMt mq tm mimntmi imm tfctr   be �4vmiq4 without Tttcu, which will be >clr?rr"i t&u Omj, �t cx OA* to Coteat-C4�iGa Tbemut, mt Half a   he awawnd bttis4 Am Ummm. 4* S 4�f�* *tSth,fce New An e tM Never At^cd before. By the Comfawy of Frtmcb C�mediaMj9 AT the T^cw Tbtabe in die Hay Market, ** this t>^> bean} the Ji �rf Jassmtr, wm be tsGtsmscs a arw P H  E G OR: M#%m*?��m**t it at�ip.^�r�m ChatjisI_ _ LOST Tcfterday about Noon, & Note of 1 asest nmmmmi Barclay fet tool tV* C. Mayor: It isad trnwrnaiMikie*. fVjrsa fmtu. hat that wasllravk �att> aai it was waatj Biii aa. f* t� Rc*tr4. �A IX Pciidns indebted to the Estate of Mr. Mm Stbiii* fiovcr. ^at �S Toj> Iktct, Sooth��rk, detett'rf, frcto !h�it>;ufi( (Ufuac to Mr, liaothv       Auttfaay at a Tftrl> ftr* asaictaji, at thtf will be fossi  �mI �U rwtum^bo b�vo mam tieaH �B u* uU 6fUte. atcArfat'atokjlf the fiusst with the A COURSE of CHYMISTRY, PbUcfetbical and PraBieal, By H. PEMBERTON. M.p: F.R.3. W t 1/l      � 1. C i n Qat Moesecy the inth Inftanr. at Sie o'clock ia the Evening, Ifaaww-itW, Lwdtt-Imm-FM. IN this Court will be Ibewiv Jmw aty the ChTsaMtJ iieswirsra bow ia Cfltwararo fepsr'd j the Ufa or*  �*Jfi��*'f* art, � fst^lmtseite aVtiewt w*W * aSmitfegaad ha *4�r-4 in wds tsa OHrf. wocrcby dw AltirttfcW cnJeeaUy (gmsW4m etc W^wr^ht tye^appear, a*,.ho, atavsMtaacm be sand Mm uasenrnoe, miw\ tiave Dstaor cm* b� ssss*mN*caral tUUbmhr Of the Help of Cbymitlrr.      ^ Mr. COwarl***, Chjnsf}, i� Fcircr-laoe, Fktr-fttwt > at Batlw'a Cfiiaw hvasli a�ar it* Konl tubwi* �od at the O^rjjur'a I i,�s� mOseaham Cqtlsgc, tamefJ^Hrwee.    �       .  ~ ' _ IF apy Merchant or eminent Trader has any � Aectsswaal Ca�fceocQ� to fatl* aod adjaH, or faa> Osaaifioa for  �9W>->TBCpCT, if rhrrt or {oar V*y* mm Week wUlbf ivdwiact. ow *r*i a lit"4- wrD mm�*J in the tree tuladlfe-Jhocot Boob.katr/MW, �daV4 *� tw� �* �b�*e aVaathcs of fixefe* Tr;  0tb Y  oT rtoVsys, Le Baron de La Crane :  My Lord Scrub. The Pan of Im taeoeby atr. Fm�Aac. -To wbjtb ami btadML hasax*���n|�dtf Aci^^jr. Arlcquin Gardkn da Fleuvc d'Oubly : .ob. Harliquin Kstptrof tbt River of Ferretfmimtp. PHcc�t�fthe rjnw� -y ba-whwaae air. f sthmw/a, aatmihw at � Baypiaj iwaf. ae'rtwftM-altsism-------------^^r---........ ttaSXi&u* ta ht a>JsBifr>  itsmef w> be fctura'a Attcr d� Curraia iamaw _       Tit itfim at Six tCLiL_ rHE Society of the Governor and Af. fittaota, fvtxla*. afshr mwr rte�an w Uiikv. �im^ac llcslraof Inlaoit cta�e a-J ecu o> ai tss* �.--^.ftl-. at (hall be w*ic V� lhcn> io tint btbah"._ Tbit is to give Netice, THAT theComraiiEoncrsappointed by .-\ g lac tuwd        � tcoaa r&b�a> u HaismcrtiBKh, �rc^c�r*�i tuia^erai thcS�a�At f^l^m    u,.?* iti� dth lailant, < Two v� Cloak ta asm wta otfire it, are tsaebc to write die Roa* , wi� sa mmh tss% a^freUomaiifthcy fcsdrxeoiaijtrii. r W Oi*a t�vM> a Wc�k tor Hm ma* lifcUtJ'WA _      M. ^ m lit *� lobtttoU w*th. or dixtted to, at Mr. Clu^'i, |Aaiu#sW. �t tHeOolx,�.'Jn Oocm-lttmUcu UHk-hiutai, at the Band CJfisV fcaah WiaaS at* R^al AaUua^c. or Ai the ClA^tmty CJr�chPii(c h> Chtacery Jaee. at c*ch of whitb fbec* all later, an4Uiie/tnaa left ;jr Imb wi> be tAkeo prefer Cv: of. aoi he will wait 00 C eE n4 wbcretbrf thUJ pitalt priratelf to appoint. ro Ap  LETT       SOLD, To be cm�r*d on at Lady-day occt, 0.4 /*V Ktrtb Side of Great Orm/td - Street, next tbe Fields, A Large handiome Houfc, lour Rooms and % * Cijfc* ao a f-jor, csty war umplcail| tucJ up, ana SO hood I *t?vr, w.ib 14Afb� Ctoav*f.ptete� ta ere.jr Kxm, tudu (w^> OAd^^aic*, mkt Stahiaf tu aioe Ho(fc, 
                            

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