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   London Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - January 8, 1834, London, Middlesex                                The Daily' Advet*ifet\ W E DN ESD A Y,  Ja n u a fc * 8,   1734- |, ftprday Arriv*d a Mad frtf* Franct. Pari*, fan. it. IS Majrfly having fane time ago ilTurd an OrtiirutKc. crjohluij the Officers to repair to tnrir teverai Foils on the Rhine and Mofcl!e by the ifi of March ccxt, hie hx� been pjeas'd to countermand that Order, and to extend their Korknr to the ill o! April ; which fterm to faecsr the prefect pacsfick Endeavours of the Maritime Powrrx, or at Iralt to (hew, that the Army will not tje f'tetil iw early as has been reputed. !|fl}HtjeSiy ^as orJct'd. tha: the cJJ Isdrpendant Com-3Sf ln��n:ry a&J Dragoons fiu!I be asgoicmed, and that HBtffeagpirasd. Mtjw/ having been flcxCd to take into Confidential] '-Kjf g^ntnecs attending hii Joamsa to the CaflfcofLa fge, has bid af.sic his lotcQiioa of goir.g thither till the (rBtfBcMcd- tj-ar*       11.  The Yacht for Mr. Horatio Walpole, itt&e*"*"Mairttr's AmbaiTalar here, is arrir'd at Hei-p, and bis ExttHetKy prcpofa ro embark for England tfcree or four Days.   Our larea AJrices frosa the Impc-15 nf French 'Armies in German-, are, that there Was a \^ Mortality among the Troops on both fide?, caos'd by iatFeycrs.   From Italy %re do not expdfl News of any |J�rA&cJ>, the Fiitcts on both f:icj bang fettled in Winter ^557��. 6 v-"'od S. W. by W. The nineEaA-Inda igk, the Tuikv Ship, aod tho& for Jamaica, Lilian, Ate. l/nb^/ mrntjpn'd. ihll remain LONDON, jfjt Night*� marry"d by the Archbiihop of York, at his QtertHou[i: *n Wcilminfter, jeiorne Dc isali?, Iifq; of the kjt iai amknt Family of iSe Sals in the GrrJbtu, to the fai tin's Fane, tWetl Daughter of the Right Hon. Charles yVi&ount Fane, of the Kingdom of Ireland, a very agree-tjvmg Lady of fine Accorcpiuhjncnts and Fortune. ,: fcfentay Tftcaass Gibfcn, fcfcp ddett Son of the Right fp, Dr. Edmund Gib&n, Lord buhop of lamrlnn, and i>ur> Jasof to'Majesty** Chapel, avas maniod at Whitehall Cha-�ilsMi&Hayncs, Daughter of Mr. Haynes, Rcgiflerof the {baft of Cacterbary : The Ceremony was perfonn'd by my lodUbop; after which the Bride and Bndegroom fet out irCkHe* to cdt-brale their Ncptiak. fear that a Treaty of Marriage is on foot, and will be confiimmaicd, between the Right Hon. the Eatl of d, one of the ttxteco Feers of Scotland, and the Right he Lady Yilhers, Grandaoghter to the Luc Lord MThoriilay her Grace the Dttchef; of Bedford mifcarried, *�i�my ilL * Tke Lady Dihware, who was litdy given over by the \ Itffiotau Bath, t.ioa fair way of Rccottry. Telerday the Ia*J>- of Jo&ph Banks. Eio; Member in the hrMiamect for 1'cfcrbcrocgh, wa laTdy Uelrvcr'd of a Sen jittffouic in St. jatua's-^aisc. kkm Days sgodted at be Home at Wind for, � pith Efq; a" Oca&usan of a caniiderabk Eiiate in toat ta* aad i\'eig!�hourhood ; and ius Corpi hat been fincc ia-jdirn Cleuwuna Church. tie Yeamans and Sawcob, Orx. Par h. from Antigua, li&Bof Scilly, hivicg kid her Raider ia isad WeatLer. _^Tthi Maty, Howard, from Cadiz, w^s lately toil near Tit Thames has over ft jn'd its Banks near WIndibr. that : adjtcent Mesditwa are unier Water, and l'cople are to mak; Vic of Boots to go to Eaton, rhrar ire at Blandlord in DcrktCnie^ that on Sunday, 19, there happra'd iuch a vasicci Srorm of Wind, Hail, and Lt^tttning, that bk�w*d down leveral Houles and � Cellars �?3 and ciifc'd an lnacdatk� ever all thc-Mcadowi; liJrd _    and Waretouiarof the bMer Fart of tne i^w whkh were well dor'd with aU km cf merchanuE'lc and fo nnscti dan>3g*d the Ome, that the People are at inaauuUsle, as w��n the drcadtel Fire bappco.d ..i. ..... ' - tie Lords Cernmi�f  and brJonguig io~tij Mij^ly'i Sai'jrcls which have come tae Fnrcrw:�;e the fi^ C�jfeil� rtiaif, nave, upon their rtfus'd to pecduce- to Usem the VaSe* winch tiwy Itceiv'd, in order tu coch eodorling the Use iu tit M-n arc rt*p:r"- :o do: Fbcii l-3:UUiip> ha*c g!�:ii .\ir:;t, is exptctyi,*li!.fucn jicri oi Si-ipi or V ciilL c. 9 .ng Port wrxte there u a CcoiU,   MajeSy** Vlfzi-szt. by piuiuc ?ng to the Parf.-s to tncu Pcjuaoa j arJ ti�it watcanv Sijip or beh)cgu.g to ti. Mijc�!>*� inij-cii �u2 It k>1J ai uay Abroad, wiwie a iiiUuh .\iiu^n=)r &r Ccc:'al cm* t:f.dc, Uailcrs do cchvcr to UcL Mia-iitr ti C^:;L1 t:..i.- P�j�; djere be no or Ca*iful, tU:/ �.;t :o t:^j.i.:,i; iU-ia at po&bletaicy       taiLc Aditi;ai:y CiiL^r, inci-ar to heng casicett'-t, tta: So tcty ojj> bc�, t; :'.c r"i4;       or ,Trade or t;.r J, ISererity of ui^r Law "�y the iUu w'ess Boys cf ti.e Fjjcdatic-n of VHciiul, is-�^ttd tv Mr. I!uj...~, .'.'atJ-rairai^l arhi Mr J.v,..^: j l^a.-. i.-t-r 5Jij--.j.j; .'.j^..ur. i.^iu-J .Lordsut t.Vr Aisi^aity w�iti tLcir D;ii..n^-, v�i;hw!u.a LoKtihi06 Vicre .-.xiiftax.y ^-ra'*J    .\r.i       ccruin r.o t:.r roa. ttO�tn t�L Foccptit. t--- k-va-kK�g o^ 44 tae.d ich ud tij'x FUnt wftkh r*c iud iu tian-i, tac o:hcr He a;;.-rv.iii� c^-*�iid tiic i� tUz* Uziw.c a Msgk-. fcy wtam 1.; x-i^ c^oir.ia.-d ia i� New Ci)d. Thi� Evening will be Perlprm'd, - At the Th6at*e Rotal in C6v�mt - GA��t�� Tbc 0�era or ARIODANTE. At the Frbn^m Thkatki in the Hat-Market, Le FES TIN de PIERRE, 5rc. Arnhe TheXtrb RovAt in Duo ity  La � a. The EARL of ESSEX, with a new Farce, call'd 7b* OU lawjbt m/Jem, *� a Virgin Umm^td. At the New Thcatrs in Uoowus'i-FiBioa, A BOLD STROKE for a WIFE, with ihe Chtmical CouNTtRraiTs.___      _   _ Ycllcrday Bank Stock was 139 3 alts. Inuia 148 3 4ths, a 9, for the Opening. South Sea Trading Stack $4 a 1 4th, for the Opening. Old Annuities 106 a 1 8th a t 4th. Ditto New Annoiriea 106 1 half a 5 8th�, for the Opening-Three per Cent. Annuity 95 1 4*J�, for the Opening. Milboo Bank to.8. African 20. York-BuaUings 4. Royal AtTa-ranceqSihalf. London AfTdrance 12 14th. New Bank Circulatjcn 5I. 10s. Prem. South-Sea Bond* 3I. I5>. a t6ti Prem. Inda ditto 3L 19s. a 4I. Prem. Three per Cent. : ditto 2I. 8s. Prem. Engl,ft Copper al. Wclih diuo Books llfhut.   Salt Tallies 2 tjhalf V^^by^l--___- I AT rhc KING'S THEATRE   in the '        tut- Mi'ket, on Sirardav next, the tub of jicnatf, will be peiform'd aa UPBRa, ca!J"d - A   R  T  A  X  E  R  S  E S. Pit �nd ttoxes to be out teteihar. ud no rcrfom io be adcoitted without ruke.f, huh wiD he dell�er*d that !>�> � 'he Ofiie 10 the Haf-Market. at hatf a Goinea eath. Oallet; By hit Ma)Bstt'/ Command, No PerroBi �Vite*er to be admitted bthnd the Scene*. ^__ To higin at Six �CIxk.' Never perform'd before. By His MAJESTT*t Commani. AT che Theatre Royal in Cbvent-Gardcn, ^ thta Day. being tlie 8rb of Jarmait, will hi perform'* a new Opera, call'd . ARIODANTE. Pit and Roio to be pot togethtr, aod 00 perfooi to be admitted trithoot Tickets, which will be dclirer'd tl i�"Da�, at t!'e oi6m in CoRotCartteo Theatre, at Half a Goioca each. FtrU Galtcrf 4*. Upper Gallery 2*. 6 A. � By Hit m A j b jti'j 'CommaaJ,   , No Perfbo* whatever to be admitted behind the Stenea. By the Company of French Comedians* AT the New Theatre in the Hay-Market, *^ thnUav, betcg the 8th ot j knotty, �iU be ptefcoteJ a Co-medy ta fire aA>, cait'd Le  Feftin  de  Pierre % o u, L'Atthee Foudroye : i to B -y A   N   K   R : i'jjj�h cf S:. Gecrge Hanavcx-fijuaie Its^lz^x, Pawn uckrr and Chafau^. DON O  r, 7 O H N 1 O r, 'the   Libertine   Dejroy'd. Don Jolin, Mt. Le tage, (en. t>oi, fhilipc, Mrt le'Sa^e, Jin. Djo Ai'iroz, M� uuhuilfm , the Gholrof lX�t IVdro, Mr Vcrmuil j Le .a t'rcfoll, Mr. CcthoJ ; teTclcrio, Mr. De Lifle; Don John'* servant bv H -!�jain; ^tngrille, Mra. Codioy ; the SbcpbotrcK, Mit. 'Miuu -, tbc wide and liiidcgroom, Mr. malter aod Mra.Maittr. . To whith      be added, Le  FRANCOIS a  LONDRES. With fcvcral Entertainmenu of Dancing, Plicr, for the Boies may be ufctn at Mr. Kribourg'a, MCrchaOt of Rippec-Sofff. at thefaid Ibeatie. No rcfutu'to te admitted tobeaSdlrt-: It wii wrapt in a piece ofrjreen Hog. Mtwcvtr will d tcoret u I be CLiudb vaidaia in Ovcrkcra cf the p..i. 01 �t>e faid Parilh. wha ir was ibat aropt the faid Child or children. ;>r vlwr.e their farcnri may be tuttod, aod the (aid Panlh f'ced ir ni the � ritrgc of tnaiatalniog them, or cither of them, wall ic-cj.ve two  i�e-i f^ptf Actcont of their Seulcuicii:*, ibeyflaali bsmlo i�- ,1.  ,t P*|>v. Tbts is la give Notice, TH AT the TrufteeS appointed for repairing the Hoad Iriita S(. i Ck'� Poon>l iu Kiitour-. 13. iJi^c. &c. �tt ;u meet at tile Mount Ci ifce-hoofe in G�ol'�cr.or llutt. Tin., rtow i^c 5 iciitel/, 00 Ip.iul Attaif For 1      ra D ^ I    M    P, The West Shop, Powell  Brown,   Commander, SAILS on Friday nt-xt, now Ifiig at the Mcimiiaax u>la>c uifs, V. . i Pair.-oKert, and Oiay be Ipoke with cr.-r� v*j ,,a the F/ccucb �an i>utct, W^ika at fcac.^Kgc 'J ,.lc, �I afterwards 1 Mr iifand'a at tbc fygcr e .Klt. John Twyman for the M.ijitr. For      D    I    E    P7T The Mary Sloop, Humphrey Gilbie, Commander, f&        sJAl LS on Friday nexc, now l/<"t! at      Kitltcncck 1. rake    <.'^.'i aid ��afli jy aa-bc fjcutl'� 0 Duito*�ik��i      af c tat , vt at the Red )L�t>n rtJ Sun tn�*iti.t '> iy mar the K< yai EjAaoge. at�J r-''Mf, irTuw< Ula^u'a, a' 'hf T�gi;r oearTuwer Do-k Joht^ Iwyuunfirtl*Majttr. VyHEREAS Notice was given in the Gatcttc of the s?th of Ocfil-er lall, tl.at the Ct^nm.iTMocrt in a ft* oew�J Cntwmiftt�tit�l Bankmpt agaiafl Mttfird at�d Metttia*, intend t ay, to"*^<(it!t to|tthrr *****.'h*y rtrctt the CvMnmiflk^cet*. . WHEREAS on the 37th oi December late, a limit BtR ot ms Mon.lieo ana thin y Poandt Value, leal'd up J � forpcuM to t< to it or mtflaid io the Jj'aceni'Hcadlnrs Ft Mav-ltrett :. Whoerer srtllbrief tfw t�id nag to Mr. Fry at the ftciMiw in Ifriday-Urcet, ct to Mr. renitmia Staad at M�floairloo in latmncti-Ur*, Cftcardi e. Lsnd-m i or w hit, William SU�|h�t at tU� Wlvetl Inn itt Colobrcck, Mr. Bait Matkta at trwCecrfalPn in Dofthclltr, OSlbtd-BircMr.Appie at the anuStutt in fattt. rd, Gk-a�U�tfl,it  l� 'he l.owtr Nottbgate-Strt't, Gfni. <:li�r, air. wiiiitm Mi�re� at the Cr-�r� a d Sttptte act Hoft, Htra-tfcthire, or t> Mr. J.Jto Cit'lon, Carrier, in ll��etjrd,thairr��it� Fifty Gmocas Rev.aid. and no Ojteltktut a.kV. WitoaO our liaoda this Fotttth Day of Januaty, t;}v 5t Iamsi Ftv, B 4 n k - Not k s  Lol>. ~ LOST on Tucfday the ?ih Inftant, two tek Notts io a ftnaa hide Tarky LctJcr-Cafe lin'd �ith blue >nk, oocNtte Jut 50I. No. C: to4. da-ed toDct. i;3*, payafjie to Mr. Johm- Octets Lamboitor Heater. �rd oae f ^r a jl, (Siji 11 111, daic4 Ijaa. lyja, oayable to rhomav Oiblon, mo/, and Company, or nearer, whoeter Ni-t^a the laid Note* to Ntr. t'hiltippt, at tte Hotile of Thoi Gitr-o. �fq; to tott.tuty. ttiallbase fiteGutnaat Reward, or irt Pto� portion lor enhet of them, and 04 qjicliion* a>k�d, Pajmcot being llrpt �f th Vr�� /utmntt taut Ol>flacU. Wlioeati' ttai Icued tlie fame, aud wili bring it to Mr. Koten>� a. I �rTurner, m tracenballlirettorer'adatotlthe^afl-Iiidia-houw. Ihall rcc Two Go.ucaa tieward luf the Watch, and in Proipoftio;! tor the other 1hh:fli._ ___ J^OST on Monday the 6th Inftant^ coming oat cf the rieuch rla>houft id the Hay-Mark�t, a Ste�> *��or rcy Hairs ab u: it,a Quit Tail, and anlwera to the Name oi. Drunkard. Whoever brmgi him, <* givn Notice lb as he may be had again, to Mr.Jo> greater Reward still be liivenT";- OST on Sunday Morning laft from a _f Hook inCheipfiuc, a black.and while Spaniel Puppy With shag coil'd Hair, b;ack bus, a black Spot anihe leitine uo ui the TuiL about three Moot lis old. of the large kiod.'aod antfcerato (fie Nam* of Nero. Wbfierer wiil bring bim to trteman's Ci rTee-hiiylc, oppg. lite Bjv� Chutdi in CiiejpQdc, fhall have Five ahillinga Mewaij, ' _N. n.  No greater Howard will he trfer'J. Book-keeper is wanted, or a Journeyman Habtrdilher, wht� writes a good Hand, can be well recommended aod five Security; fwh a ope may leave a letter whete bf may ~ be treated with, directed to T- W. at the Punters o> ihia Paper. ~~   To  be  SEEN,       "~r^~" " fbii Day arJ fir the future, hetwt* the Hturt of Tin and Six (Price Five Sb&ingt) in Ltieeftir-fUldt-jquare, on lit Eaflfide, at - \AR. CHO VET's, Surgeon, his new Fi^ IVjl gare �f Anatomy, which rcptetoit, a Woman cheio'd down up�,a Table, fupp '�'d opeu'd #li�t, wharcio the Circulation of tha Mood is made aittbie ihro' Glafi Vcti� and Ancriei: The Circulation la alio iron from the vother to rlii Child, acd Irom the Child to the Mother; with the Gli"iH.k and diallutjck Motion of the Heart, a:ul the Artioo ot the Lungs. All which .Particulars, tojjchsr srilh levctal other l'r�j>�r�tioi�, v. ill be Ihewo and cieaily" ajtpliin'd jtt kugliib or French. --- Note, R Geiitlewotnaa property (laatify'd wi I attend the I>aJte*� A  C.'OU R S E  or  C H YM IS T R Y, Pbihfopbical and PraSHcal, By H. PLMBER 1 ON, MP, F.R.S. JiUF^eJiJbr of Phyfi-.i in Gr.fiam-' College, WILL        U . �   Ci   I   N On Monthy the z.oth IcutaTit, at Six o'v.lock in the Evening,' Jt Dr. II o  n   AV:-',   Liitiili'l ^Inn � Pitldi. IN this Courfc will be Ihewn, how all^ the Chrtmtsl M��**i'-c� '--ow m M.'^-i*' ai|i prciur d ; tt:e Ule ot Cbymilir- > lUfocral-na-cs, whole Wo�lf�dtp�,'d upim thy- Pr�u. ci^l� "i tl-i� Art, m p>t    �"      let-era! 4,1 lit)? r.^ aod fcEj.rig Metal , Wt'-K.d oi inafci i! Eiriy*.. vJ!iC iVIiule uill t>: dt.ivc'd iu luwii *  -Ar"0,lit upon m�y tdj jpptar, and tbe l�5pc�>�cn�cnt� be u> >!� e>f.'y osdet�l-*od. "Inch lu�e Ucu or ttvay be w.i= to N�t.u�a: !�!�:�(� i-^�Jf bj the H�lp / Cii)nu|!r-�. ^JtrOii*    the Cjii lc      ^.utr's, a 4 >utytnjhi n� takon iof at i.U   l-d arls'i, Chjmiil, in ^ ter-l^�, ft* .(ltt�i ; *.t C M-�.'� -'.tit f    !'--J�al f.S.I�a-',-� . ��-d at the U .Jcrialwr'a I j g.c��;u Otclhsm Ct.; i.e. fctiL ^f,atc-!lrcrt _ ;    * and Purr^ irwJ Hart-rar-d* D fury-Lane, AELr.uiuiui Mino that tulks and whi ,,{C'aUi. ;e itvru t-5 i'-�l^� . rt�r!ej|Nijbtrr fitir.'� : rt, > e ta< i- i tasne'i t�wa; forts of � TuttL- Ua<��} larft p~.4#c t� �fia� Cat by Candle lifht, l,k, a'-tf �lai ti ci� thai li    \U 'A^.l�ik'� honii; a  A ctti! 01 lit, ! Ccttnja. t"(ti.t.!i  a ioi>� i d rnj
                            

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