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   London Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - January 4, 1834, London, Middlesex                                The  DailV Advertifer. SATUR DAY,  January 4, -in        ---. - ,---L. Ttferdsj arriSd tbe Mads due from France. Paris, January 8. (CCORDING to oar laft Lertmrrom Italy the tad Weather continn'd, and both the Imperial Army and that of theAUieewcrein their former Situation. TfceQgeen of Sardinia was relap/J, and {bdaogerouily ill, that the King bad kit Cremona and was gone to Turin. Martha! Coignvjicxpctted here daily, rJatGeoeralfeeingaeuallyontheRoad, is order to^conceit the Operation of the ^stCorm^ *nr ro^tecO^rationi this Seaiba being look'd ^tAfaBpraflicable. Tbe Duke of Montemar was 10 fet out T^ji^j^hora Naples with 15000 Men..an3 expefted to ^rite* Lombard/ the beginning' of next Month : 'Tii (aid ' itotBAttar, wnen join\i by tbcfc Troops which bisCatho-srtMaicfly � feeding oat of Spain, will amount to 25000 -ceo Hcrfc and iSodq Foot. A Spanifli Man of War ha take* aPrirateer belongiDg to tbe Emperor. 'DtA 7**~ z- The Conflaricy. Green, u(aiTd for Sheer-itfe, and the VoUm, Smycer. to Dover-Pier, to re�f. Re-fg^a m r.beD=*--es Dnkeof OOnbcrland, Braund, Naflau, BaKiicJbo, and Onilcw, fiakbrn, for Eait-Indics; Tygris, frtre, for Torky : KircakJo Packet, Hcribarg, for France; fcliBbetb, Dace, for Barbados; Wildhire, Naylor, Thomas ^4 ftacatl, W iliwrg. and Trodovc, Medcalf, for Lifbon ; O^rkgtcn. BornSicn, for Amigua; Volander, Bafnet, for jjoaatira; Penidcpr, Ketone, tor Africa ; Theppolis, God-djaxt, forFalaotRh; SoccctV, Dafron, for Barcelona; Mary, fracr, forMattrilks; Infant Philip, Robertfoo. Ann, Dale, sndWhiuker. White, for Cadiz; NaiTan, Grimes, for Ma-SjguCmwfosJ, Harrison, for Dublin; Sutton, Howard, for jjverpooi i, 'Ctormifig Betty, Jeflfcryv and Clarendon, Strahan, ^rjaoaka. JoS come down, Friendship, Foiler, and Lambert, HaymaE. for lafino Three Sifters, Grindaljfor Ttrpna. Sewal large Ships are now in Sight, putting back. Wmd S. W. LONDON. They wnte from Parts, that tbe Priatrlsof Brazil, Daughter ajtbesr Catnoick iVizjalies, was lately ddivrr'dof her firtl ' ChSd, a Prised. Sfee is now 17 Years of Age, was con-lagsd to the French King about 13 Yean ago, and married asrJatPncceo! Portugal in 1729. Writer slut ius tierfaliujy"Prince of aiodeni. who am�M a gxrt ciacag) st Pan*, u&aads to make a Tear to this Court, in csfe the f-xmn Ic^upc&tka of the Duke bis Father does not �bKge ties to rct-ra is Italy. Ite Ku-jcf France has order*d, that tbe Revenues of all ;Jk5, wr.ich were ufoaDy dieem'd Sacred, and appaedtn^ie Use Ufesof the Chorea, wall, for the futon, be paid iaco bi*^as*a flea'^jy, towards the Expencc of tbe War. u - Orders fca� been iffas&for^prrfEng Artificers tofexvein the fevrsl Yaicfe, tor tbe taaH cxpedjriaully fitting out his kbptf/s Navy againS tbe Spring.        ^ ItittK froci \itknuaand Barcelona met^bo^ that ictrral flnyiwcircaa away t^otb and 10 th of Decemberiaft.N. S. �a tku 1 pintcnlarly Captain Tiddiman, and^taree : Ships, wbae Names we cannot as yet tell, werefore'd irccpoo Use. LoaC of V akntia: One of Cape TiddimanV ifwunmt&^ a&orc wub a Rope, was a Means of prefcr-aagall tbe relof the Crew, exoepdeg the Cook, who was dnwiTd by the Rope braking. It was reported at Barcelona, t dat a Shrp frca N^omd^ founder'd -Aoff fcVe Leagues from that Port ; one Ship was fore'd a (bore ' Acre i bot the Stips in the Road cither cur or flipt their Cables, aid tkraogb much di&ocliy put to Sea. On Saoday Nigfet iali dro�c aihore opon the Ifle of Wight, * it a hard Gale of \Vind at N. N. W. tbe following Ship. viz. tacBearCDQ. fine; got off with little Damage; the Elizabeth ja&Anoe, fBl afbere, bat with Kale Damage; the Dolphin, ' {staff sad come into Harbour, bet has loit bcr Rodder and is Joky ; r&c Unay, rlillaibare, her bottom a little hart, but fcrapper Works madi damag'd by another Ship; the Alice aid Deborah, fappob'd to be lirandrd, having ten Foot and a half Water in bcr Hsii ; the Jobs and Anne are both got o� They wrke rrcm Falmonrh. thai in the late violent Storm JM^of tbe Siif* (tkeredrote, baz receiv'4 very litdc Damage. Mr. Hcjdf^gif, wbo was rcpontd to be dead, it not only afiir, bat in gtui Hakb r And we are extreniL-ly concfrn'd Jbr ibe Sbvc of Pain we maa nave occauca'd amoogit the AnpainaKe df a Gcxukxnan wLo is io univerially knowo aadokemU We fcawealwars employ*} the greatrft Indallry to prevent I�pa�txe?, a&3 ta rxc^r toe Paper as chailc a� fo carmine a -Aiiitlpsttittc: canaiini: of: But finding, with great Coo-^tam, tbat Mtiikri ajc tcaneuaics inevitable, we hope to define the Iradd^rsje of our Kesders, by correding them as "en as weg�ia a c^cr Intamutscn. That IJa. tbfjj Graces iae Duke and DoicbeG of Marlbo-.'Magh i.:e cxpciicd ui Tcwn item tbrir ^rat near Woodilock ; ad l'oo*ari?>� tt.- a;w-been Sea of tbe Hon. John Spencer. E%; will be bapr^'Ji ;* his Htei'-e in flisc\fr fijjare, �v.ien his Cracettr Dqfc c: .\lailbccojga and the Right ilua. the Loid �CtBetet       tias GodJatic.i, aud tti Grace tbe Dutchcb Ubwaj^d .\:2::.ic:o�gb u-tU tiand Godmaher. '   We fcear itat i^s R'sgit Hon iix Lcrd \\ ilium Manners, *;**rcf tte Lcri: ce tie Bed Cmrr.!>.; to his yiijt'.iy, will be Sin^oBKeo Locd Lijg.'mt-; and Ctuiuo liouiloram lor the County f:**Sa5op. in tar i-.i3i of tbe hzc tar! of BuJicrJ, deceai'd. t   Vedrtday tie Rs^ti Uiff tix Ej:1 of Mi-iiriti� arri/d at IsHooie ia GroCv. f.-js-bjiitc troai IrtiisJ. ?!  There a�e i-ri-ii a � u-^ �:�u;gjn Accaant, that abr>ur '*."4�*9rfi of Ncv.i--.is*       14 ci 1; Sail cf S?-ip� had been kttia tic M�lt.c/;^2s Lc:�ecu Ahcza: and Barcelona. Ycfterdsy died at his Hoafe at Little Chelfea, Thomas Salmon, E(q; one of his Msjeiiy'* Juftices of the Peace for the County 01 Middlefex. > Next-Werk Thomas Gibfoo, Efq; eldeft Son to the Right Rev. the Lord Bifiiop of London, will be married to Mifs Haynrs, Daughter of-Haynes, of Chelfea, Efq; Regifter of the Diocefe of Canterbury, a beautiful young Lady with a large Fortune. Ycilcrday Morning died at Sunbury in MiddlcTcx, James Thornton, Efq; in the 84th Year of his Age. Yrilfrday a DifpenktiM pafs'd tbe Great Seal to the *Rev. Mr. John Partridge, M. A. and Chaplain to her Grace the Datche&of Cleveland, to hold the Reffory of Condicot, in the County ami Diocefe of Gloocefler, together with the Redory of Little WormingtOD. in the fame County and Diocefe.       " t On Thorfday began theQuai^-Seffions of the Peace tor the Tower Royalty, and the Liierty and Precinfts thereof,' at the Court-Houfe oh Great '/ower-Hill, where Sir John Gonioo being in the Chair, optji'd the Scfl'tonswith a very learned and ingenious Charge to the Grand Jury. This Evening wift be Pertortn'd, At the King's TutATlta in the Hay-Ma*mt, The 0*e*a of ARtAXEJJSBS. At the Theatre Royal in Dt��T-t**i, MOTHER-IN-LAW, with Colombikb touaTEz an. At tbe Theatre Royal in CqvasT - G*ai>*J�, The ORPHAN, with the Rapb of Pros*r?inb. At the.New Theatre in Goodman's-Fields, OTHELLO, with the Chymical CouNTEnraiTS. High Wutr at London-Bridge this Day, at 21 Minutes after 6 in the Morning, and 44 after 6 in the Afternoon; Yefterday Bank Stock was 139 1 half. India 149, for the Opening. South Sea Trading Stock 84 1 4th, 84, for the Opening. Old Annuities 106, 105 7 Sths, a 6. Ditto New Annuities 106 1 half* 106 3 8ths, a 1 half, for the Opening.   By Order of tbe Honourable Commiffioners of bis Majeftfs Cuftoms*   &c. QN ffodnefday tbe i$tbt andTburjday tbe \ Stb ^ of this Iufiattt J annarj, 1734, etTbrte a'Cluci in tbt Af-ttnuum, ixil/ it ixfotd to Smit by Incb of Candlt, in tbt Long Room at tbt Cnfiaofbomji, London, a Pared cf Trvr, Cejf'te, Brandy, Rum, Gtnrva and Tobacco, clear of all Dutin.   Tbt Tea and Ctffee ta be fitn at tbt King* Wartbcmf* dn Jduutaj tbt . 13/0 andTutfdaj tbt 14/A bgnat,"frtm %totzi)tri>tFortmt*$ I-ail from 3 ' till ^tm tbt Afttrttook, and on lVtdntfday M�r�i*g btfort tbe Salt.   Tbe Liquari and Tobacco to be fitn on Tutfday tbt 14th ami Wedntjday tbt 1 %tb, from 8 till 12 in tbt Forenoon, and from $ to $ in (be Aftirnm, and on Tburjday Morning btfort' ibrSale. < Catalontt to be baa at tbe Kings IVartbouft on fAvtday tbt\^tblnfiant. AT the KING** ^HEATRE  in the Hsv-Market, ibis Oar, the  bu eaie. * lo�t fa'e, �o d Comuiesiua, by l~r�dc * Cujtu-tn�o, �od wci.l t'ff io hit KtgiuiCiial Clu>th�. l>"feritd allu at tbe fane time, �nj Uom the Ciid Company, Jyhn KvS:\\, 24 Year�of aae. five Fou� c-gtit luciica ana a hair" hiyb, bred an Aiurtwy. boio in Nottinghamumc,  rcry well made Man. p-iis Look*, in* �ie> witty and fomctimw irflun'd, aoJ wcucoff io bis He-gtOcoial CU>.it.>S> *!i   abuts �rhat ii �|Ljw'U by Mi of I'arliaoxat 7/r-�ry fop fie. By Command of their Royal Highnefles _ The   PrincelTeS Am c i| a and Caho tin t. By ibe Company of FttmbCmrdia*s9 AT the New Theatre in the Hay-MTark�i; onMoiUfv oeit. btiv* the tftb of Jw�*ry, �vt be puftwal a Comedy. ��'��    ^   . n _ ,       _ Arlcqum Aftrologue, Statue, Enfant, &c.  t mtbtbt Scene tftb* Moo* and tit S*�ULtT03i------- TO whica     be cdtfctV Lcs  Fillks* Errantes i 1 ARLEQJJIN  Aubergifle : o a. Tbe Wandering ^Ladies % HJR L E QjJJN   Inn - Keeper. With feveral Enteruuunettta of Darning. Pisces for che Bout rosy be ukeu at Mr. Fnbowg'*, Mcrcbgat of Rippee-Soutt', at tbe �aid rheart�. . No r�rfix>� tobeaimnrrd iotrv theBosn�RhoettTkiMti,mVmSw2b\ be dcliter'd at tbe Bar of the ttwatr* at 5*. cacti, tk f a. Gat. a*. Nu ptthn to be admitted brbicd the Scene* roe any atone? � fed -mnra'dafiertacCartaiaitdrawBop. "~ To   be SEEN, ; At tbe Red Lyon near Qbaring-Crofs* TWO Animals, one a Cow found in the Detarts of Arabia, with fit Fear, two of ibeaa M� rbofa of * Harr, the NaiUof a Labttcr and a Buck; fmt bat iba aVilyof*Ha�t *od Tail of a ttorTe; Ok trtakea a Cartfey. riftta bar Moc vhaa asftli, �M undertla^di fiotlah, Frratb and Gcreftsq ; tike (p�a oca bwToaajM like a lt<�. to be teen .If,  Calf tluiuWaaaaa^^wlattbaaiM H�adft and  h the Sara beoeatb 0* Hair like a right Boar, the Cropper ofea ikObta*. axdja* coldajFift. Tliefaid Animal baa oros lakaa ta tfca PaMha* bf tfc* Arabians, urdftig on: of ih� Water to cat on lane? Hone t*K �bJec��r appeai'd in Esrope. Tbe Headof ihiaAnieaaJ taas tVa^aatbcoB�Tf tha Arms of rhe tjoeen of France. Many tract* on tfecf way ti�e !�*. witling tofta it ia the Water *ith Do#a. ((pecuSy tbe Emperor ar Vf-enca, who��estrecacly pteas'al to fcetoaVaiauf (* heavy oalaaaalht fo tumble in the Warrr. . N. B. The Ferfoo that belongs to that Bead bemg� tWajarr, dtsa*k �re to site btrnfelf the Truubtc with ir, as4  �� ftli or afkaaf* it for any other Baalt tbatarnaratok bin TOa^otfavScatli'aascarl^altaat asarcr wat teen m Bn^laod, ten be fee aNtAkaaao'aPark rohrccdl Iflington-Turnpike. THE Committee appointed at a General A Mcccipg of the Trollecs etnpairtT'd to pat ia �ti&�� fivctal Afliof Parliament for repairing ibeHiahwya Itnaa'iba aVrwal Haaat therein maoti^n'd, leadtea cowarda Higbgate CaK^h^ ajidllaaac*" dead in the Cotrnti ot'MtddMca. arc awei to meet o� Taattay arc*, being the 7th tnllanf, at Tcao'CIock to tha Mtcwv at fcjaiieV Coflfechoole In rtiUcat Itcota near Gray V las, tiotporo, torniaaao the a�oom�bcto�ifiri�totbefaidTa�ip*e. � f O ST on Tburfday the 2d Inftant, in the �     fifc�i>�,iVofl)tbeH afcof Mr. Tbo. Mika, *itfc� a^-fladMI s-fflrcet i� the Strand, a silrer Ojun Ta-kard vkboas a k�f. mwles5t_____, __________,________      ____r_________ weifcht opwar j*~of"?) t>owEe�,_aodiheName aod Wa�a of ataamascki bottom. Wboner brirgt>it 10 Wr. Mile* aiurrfaidL watt ba**aGaaas* Re�atd, acdroQotiliona ask'd ; if offer*.! fo be pa* *4 or fell* p�aT flop it, at�mV auy be troatptc cj """ (ball havr F>�c CfOinras Reward H ��, STOLN or ftray'd on or about the 12th of taifonag^rm, m ibeParith itHiiokaaa*bftiSjTt^Z black radGtWtot. oaar t� Haod.b,ab. *khlu^J^'.!z^.T andr�,k-d..lhSlA!|?$pot,.  V.^br^ro .4"��^^ chapel Cburch, ftali hare~a^.tu��* Eat-a^, wn&^ia^SninX and tw Quetttou* ��k d. wl 1 ****"" TJ ICHARD \VHltTOCKv<&Fentkcto 4VV. Jo( t.te 4�< Start under his Righi Jaw, Vock-holesbbiaFace, aod a jn  WHEREAS Robert Feild, Apprentice to srephe-. Boucher, of B�hnel orcaa m tl.iuJk of Uem� Weaaer. hath abfctttad biaablt fro� b� faw U^HUloVZZZZ Cace the i,th ol July latt. ibrfc are Dmdaento^wJmn^lm^Se-001 to e.ncriaw o� harbour the &.d Hotcri rfu. ta ibavtsiafiSt Mailer -ill pr�/c�o a any who �h�l: bjf.iwd    d^aw tt^LiEJZZ bcwoie huo�o Hair, had 00 a c^pper-co!** *ulitMt^i*~l Hreechei.aod �rey Stockiags. Wb^rer mal bratg fcrniTtl r3 Mailer, Iball bare fire Shiiba�. Re..rd. to ** *"* GLASS,  CHINA,  and  TEA. To  bt  SOLD, At tbt Situ of tbt (ilafi-Sel/m Armi. a i'J>i*a $b*fm next Dm* 13 tbe Glebe Tatxrmin Ftttt Street, turn* Wuitr'-Lane GLASS Chamber-Lamps, being the'belt bt.'u amhOilor Ij.uU ; Ley usawch tat, tic*^- .h,n, aud much lafer itk: w ilc. China-wire #.iJ Te�   ft�r:� tery ua�p, �t> aod pitta fiiatOUd. AdViritfimenis jn tb'u Paper of a moderate Length art taken in at Two Sbillingt each. "a   

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