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   London Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - January 9, 1834, London, Middlesex                                Ytftrday dtrWd a Mail froth Holland, jtmprdam, January 14. fftEV write from Corficii thitt the Malcontents have rejected all the Offers made them 00 the part of the Rfpub-lick, ami begin to commit great Dif-orders. The Detachment wnich was ferttfrom the Garrison W Philipfburg to ferze the Tort of Kctfch, intended to have fccur\l that likewife of. Schw-et-zingen c bat the ImperiaUfts having tafceo the Alarm, prevented their far-ffcr Defigns. The Nobility of Naples are making great .ffHuntwia to entertain Don Curbs as he partes to Regio, to tVre for Sicily f and the Doke.de Montctnar has ajkk'd the mod able Fellows from all the Regiments, in order EH�rtMor�K them in a .Body to go with bb Royal Highrjeft, if ifceCrtiqiicft of Sicily may be rate to attend on toe Pre-ggt rf tbat Prince. The German Garrilbns left in feveral Sf*4tf Tolcany have rjwjoentSkirmifhea with the Spanith Twsfvead fcveral are kil?d on either fide as Fortune gives �fee Advantage." Dul,Jtm.7. It hath blown very hard all lajt Night, but ut cf no Diuiage, to' the Ships, which all renuia in the �mti, per lift. WindW.S.W.  tO N DON. / Lmtn from Italy mention, that the Campain b at an End frt* : That General Walls fent to ptopofe to Matihal iKSfci, the retiring into Winter-(^rtefs7 and that the Mar-�f*�f glad to take him at his Word '. That the King of Sit*Vsavwuarriv'd at Turin, Matihal Coigny at Patb, and ^CoaotKorugtegg was on the Road to Vienna. , Our Advices, from the Rhine fpeak as if Matihal d'Asfeldt 'as espefied 1000 at Htmningoen from Paris, and that the - not Campain was likely to begin on that Side. The Soldiers taftida fete jtmploy'd in the Siege of Philrpflrarg, die every Day I iaas^WDftg Numbers; tbofe toat eftape Death; loft the Ufe 1 aftkir Hands and Feet. 'Tisfaid, that the Companies of fcttnlof the French Regiments are reduced at an Average to % lira. We hear that the Caafe of fo uncommon a Morality {�rag been fought after, the Water is found to (warm with fata1 Worms, which immediately throw the Perfans who anakit iato Convulfions s but the Phyficians have juft found mtaSpccuIck, prepar*dfrem Mercury, which is ta prevent gr/farthtrill Omlecjaence. They write from Vienna, that the Emperor being infonn'd fjav ajooo Spanisrds are actually order'd into Lombardy from Naples and Spain, and that the King of France has likewife adtfdtKtner * new Kemfbrcemcot of several tbouEuad Troops, k*lB^rr�l\laje(ty4s rcfol/dto fend on hb part zooOoMen, a�4 r*� Number is already negotiating with the German Inias for that Service. Don Pedro, third Son of the King of Partial, irto be educated at Vienna. His Portugoefe Ma-j^'tkuttie^aaeA to lend the �mperor ten awlUona. of Creaados.   *      Homes were twrnt to the Ground, and several others damag'd: "Tia fear'd feveral PerfooJ were burnt in their Beds. -   { The Ships which lay near the Shore ofed all pofible Diligence to get away, but two of them had the Misfortune to nave their Rigging and Mails burnt, and their other Parts were iavM with great Difficulty. _________ Tbb Evening will be Performed, At the FRBttctt ThiatM in the Hat-'M*�***� ZAIRE, Ac At the Thiatri Rotac in Daust'Uaii Sir COURTLV NICE. The Part of Sir Courtly by Mr. C1 a b a a. Sen. �: At the Theatre Rotal in CovtKT-GA�to*�i The DISTREST MOTHER, witk the R*M � PROSIRrtNE. At the New Thkatr� in aoooMAtt'a*Fitt�i, The RIVAL QJU BENS, With the ChtmicAi. Covsterfeits._ _' High Water at London-Bridge this Day, it i3 Musataa after 11 in the Morning, and 48 after 11 at Night. Vetterday Bank Stock was 139 3 4th* India 149 Opening. Soorh.Sea Trading Stock 84.  1 4th, for the Qpea->og. Old Annuities 166 1 8th. Ditto New Annaiwa iw t half a 5 8thsi for the Opening. Three per Cent. Annuity 45 t 4th, for the Opening. MtUkavBank 108. African ac^ Y'ork-BuikUngs 4. Royal AlTaraace 98 t half. Lossd* Aflurance tit 4th. New Bask Ciitadatkm tl 10s. PraB. South-Sea Bonds 31.16s. Prem. .India ditto 4J. at*. Prem-three per Cent, ditto si 9s. Prem. Kagliflt Copper si. Welfl, ditto Books Quit Sale Tallies at half per Cent, Prem.__;_ - SIR ffOUR Vott and Inteteft art humbly dtjhr'd *   fir WILJLIAM KITCHINER. (Citizen and Stat 1 on 11 of LON DON, bv Trade a CaimsthL T* it otu if tit Ak-Cmmri af tbit Citj. imtb* mm �J Mr-Tbtniat Jabnfin, dtctatd \ v&* balb 6*r* itftn tht Liverj JiVtral Yiart i b*i tbntfb gnat Loffis in Tradt, mi bmw%  IVifi vuia bath bun iifiritrd in bar Stnfit fir fimt Ytert, u rtducd ta wiy grtat Ntq/Jttj, And your Petitioner fhall ever pray, &c *~ weleamfiomSitcjckholmol a n�aextfaordmary Piece of - ilodeSy and Moderation in the Prime Minifter of that King-flasp The States, tipon the Recosamendapon of bis Swcduli Mtjtty, had voted Count. Horn a Sum of 15000 Crowns, as a jbward for hu Merit and exrraorduury Expcnces in the Admi-' aMtaDoa; not that Gentleman could not be prevail'd with to ,atept any Premium for hb Pains, declaring tbofe were fully wad by the Saofaaion of havmg^dfauJ^yhb Country, m satook only the neat RcimbursraeiiMsf hisExpences. Tsterday htt Grace the Duke of Richmond was declarM lIsteofilw'jrs^uhbMajcay, in the room of the Right Baa. the Earl of Scarborough i and Ydterday. be kifVd bis lti>a7'slj4i>dfcrthe&iDc. =   The same Day the Right Hon. the Earl of. Pembroke was : dsekt'd Groom of the Stole to his Majefty, in the room of the iMtKen. the Earl of Godolphin t aod he likewik kui'd hu i i&aVs Hand for the feme. ~w� hear that the Hon. John Spencer, E(q; will take his leal b Parliament for the Borough of Woodllock, to thl great farptixcoi the Getuktnca that have been making lotcreit for llhUktrjogh, by which Means there will be a vacancy for fcCowtyo! Bedford. And, We hear that the Hon. Charles Leigh, E(q; will be a Can- ! isfcwswBcdibrxilhirein hb room. '-~Tfcc Rev. Mr. Robert Bcil, Miniller at Craykn, and the ,��. Mr. Jotm Matthifon, Minuter at Edwburgb, are ap-;lw>*d Chaplains to hb Majelly. :; TatRight Hon. the Earl of Pomiret, Matter of the Horfe - ,Jk� Majefty, has appoint-d Mr. Cotton to be Bottle-Man to ^*?*Iliriy, with a Salary of 551. sos. per Annum. * l�i Night their Highncflcs the Princcues Mary and Loui& the New Theatre in the Hay-Market, to fee the VHMdy calTd Le Fcflin dc Pierre, or the Libertine dcftroyU Wind was Yeflcrday about twelve o'Clock the higheft ^fy* for many Yean, and had very fatal Con&queDccs in p*0*'ipMts of the City. A Stack of Chimneys in tbe Broad-^y^Weftminfler, was blown down, and the Bricks uuhap-pW*lUng upon n Alan and a Boy, they were both kill'd on St* An Apprentice belonging to Mr. Rogers, inTothdl-fff*** WeJlrmnsW,' was (o much brub'd by fome Tiles falling Ms Head, ajid (everal parts ot hb Body, that hb Life is Ifgy^ cf. Mr. Hartoff's Houfe in Cleveland-court, St. jirjft receiv'd fo much Damage, that the Family were pW" Wwe � b�� Brother's, Baron Hartoff'j, till the Houfc  iii Sc. Jsmes's Htetc        ._ AT the KING'S THEATRE  in the **' Hay.Market, on Satardav nest, the nib of* January, will hi perform'd � OpBEa, call'4 A  R T  A X  E R S E S. Vk and Boies to be put together, tod no Periboi 10 be adeairtN wiingot Tickets, �hicb wlU be dcUvcr'd tbac D�j, at raa Ofits ia thcHaf�Matlcec.arhaV aOuiooatttb. Gallery)!. Bj bis MaJbjty*/ Ctmmamd, Kb (erfoaisrhatavcr to be admttitd behind the Senas, ft bqpnmt Six dClxk. By His MAJESTT's Command. AT the Theatre Royal in Covent-Gatden, on taturday nest, btbf the uch of Januarf, will be perform'd *""ArVH O D  A N T  E. Pit and Box** to be not together, �o4 no Pcrfcdi to be admitted withouc Tickers, wbkb will be dcli'er'J thai Day, w timOtUt in Co�� G�r uu. Cf�rillo�, Mr. lklt(ti��, Co-ia(hu�, Kr^Dubuiffai; MaMor, Mr. Oe It&ti Katusc, sin. Muni. To whkb will be adc*, wr aay Muoc/ to be ftforoM afier the Curtain i�  c<. 1734. ^ayabx c� Mr.JobnHcict� L*mboi�'�fB�*rei. aoJ oo� foi 3)1 Nj. H hi, dud ) Jul. 1754. (UTable �<� Thurai" Giblu", aiulCo p�, 4t ihc liuulc of TUo. 'libido. jo LutUbtfty. tt>�ll Ua�C F>>e Ourocu Kcvard, unuriu-portion Li nhcj ot ihem, aud a~> t^u k'J, i'^a^ai tci.i^ llw.pi at the l>4nk. A Thrcc-cnd Gkfs Coach comes from B^th to ti>e UjIi tad run I ��> ii 4 &ls eat I lor f be tune fiats *iili� U*wiay ot Tuslifay To   be  S EE N, Jt tbeSgn of tht Cormjb-Mmnt in Autf-jffYrf, Wtflminfler* AN admirable Curiofity of Nature I being a f�pr*o* t>.n�f>�� ot a nsoaltrcas an! e�rm�wt�l Jansi isttly in sT*:� j two CittUt�o i��*d ���tKc *** Bsdf, wttatwo B*t��, o '^wt�watK�*H�a4>a4rwoncev three roaMt moo* Mowh. ibeBoAinbartfg ttnr propr MeaMara, f> ttMtihe MorQcr has km Arav a�w torn Has*, oa wh*h ��!*�� prcportiooabte. *irbp^iW�>ortb*aTWi^f�^^ ��ni9axKandliv'dthe t>auof faarOaya./ Ta* Mawe4fras�ffn> dacrfcw aaa been �irh ^tonHfceM** fasa, aw Ca^y esaasW^.W M bttr. sun, otatr ttOamlt OtttssOasa, oof mnn any tababik ithoMAOMIcmcM. . Th� *oaaVftai CarikisVy asty N oroagbt m aiy Oaatltaaaa'a tfoafV aXaOjwtrofaa oot'aWatibal. , '   Jbmmto, Jan.9, 17U*$* lu/ aeauDcwof Foot, now�s�rm'd at abiafdOM, Jees* Cr-wav 0* Col. Kucktler'aC-MNOaay. five root fevaa latbeali�h w|tb.M Am t\ TeaHokl. by Trada a Shoemaker, bom at tasabti^t, of a faihCoiapktion. bW\ tail Etciaad bouy black Ha>r. Hewy Bsnlcy* nf aaahr a*fthe!� , pale that faca, awJa asaatllstatdteaM n bsilpeaw. If they ten** to the.r QaWrten witttiatiDar* frcta tbe l>*ta bereof, ihey fts� bejparaVw'dnfM. waomictorastbamaa^laws* WordtoGot, Keigirttf at AbhtaV*. or �tays�tdtl�t�w� Wo> wUtb-botwplace acar s�h* faoera, flssll bava Two Casorat Kcwara for aacks over and abort what u a3ow'4 by *ct of PaiUacacat. Maynard Gttmu. LOST the 6th Inftarit, bewt^n Lcadcnhall-Hreet and tbe ftofat iiaaij plain OokfWattb, BoC �aC*rciaaor.wfeia1>0i>ibro' tl.c Dial piste, ssNsavbyDavUttabarc. k�aV�\ No. �57, oat a Gold Chtso with roar Gold SwivaUasd a final Gold Seal, vi* iha Motto. Uftrtm fiamamtt Mat Ot�Uct: WbotN* bat scuarf tbe fame, ted mill briaf � to Mr. Robsnt, a ftrfaaiar, ia te�Sealuili ItrcetotcragstiiH  Cbraw ast, thtMl^a^ss^tmoBaftiaoi^crHtMiH*^^*^*1* aad on (be Lett a lyoa. Waocvcr �tfl brjag tba Ibidlial to fir. Jtaac UeaaVs, Je��*�ec, b poraiagbsssvltree., Yurh^Uasm, oraa Mr. Iccoaiab CojaTeaith. in tba ttraiid, ovcr-agaiart tta New Uwob, (hall have TwoGoiuew Bcward. and ao Qptftioasasa'd. H. B- The fcal is of ao Ufe to aay bat tba Owoer. I  O S T on Monday laft, in or near Gough- JLs aparc, aOiaeaoad lUag. aa aosatalll f b aad cat Oclagoo is) taamidiic, wuhibt�aB^rMeaOBdac�aaAfid�ittalga�iAaO�^ bc� s-ausioav. whoever will brief it caMrvftivo, at Bolt-coo" CoftW boufe m Bok-ooorr, l=kitc at Mr.ofaar'�. Vayke uukar, to Wioc&ti1a>ftra�U AGentlewoman qualify'd to teach all forts of ** Work ia . �ttux>i,aA4 Mi&r>fi of freaih,t�w4�td j� th* Conatty. l,o^in: a:  w.i^ �y ^rT>)foQata, ACOURSE  of CHYMISTRY, Pbil�j1%bicdl and PraSicmlt By H. PEMBERTON, iUP. F.R.S. And Ptijtjj^r  i*nxt t4t* ta �Ueca arc (��psr'd j ihe Ufe of* Ci>/m:ii(. i.-. the f^teral �ho� Wei.,J lc* ct (.'.it a/;, i9 pJUKul^ i\* lcvrt.1 Vkt/t ul la*ft* mm* ttuoet Metal, i*a tic Mti'-A of tm�'*t-� iSty,.  Tt>? Wb be i. Hi.'4 ta tuth a. OcVr, wiacrcb/ tbe al i^'j ia tke fLtdtaur* wr.orht too:,       beta j^ar, lta;4�c
                            

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