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   London Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - January 10, 1834, London, Middlesex                                The My Adverti^. FR I D A Y, y a (* u a Ri  to.   1734. Dealt January 8. H E Wind i� S. VV. and blows a very violent Storm. IV1 any Ships have drove, and fcvtral patted their Cabin and brought up again.   Two Ships are drove on Shore in Sandwich-Bay ; 'tis faiJ one of them arrived this Morning from New-England.   Put back lait Nighty and is fail'd for Sheernef's to i refit, the Penelope, Kcmpty, for Africa. Put back fmcc, the Richard and Mary, �: � ^ for'Gibraltar, the Rofebcrry, Glover, lor Cadizj and fcveral others whofo Names I can't learn.  Arriv'd fincc JjTp.ji pdrl, Robinfbn; from Seville s James Gaily, Tat-Iw Umai�. The Storm holds j Wind W. by S. *       L O  N  0  O  N. Tii� fallowing is an Extract of a Letter from Mofcow, to m tHiptnt Merchant in this City, .relating to the JJcath of **, Mr.grands Morky, whofe neareft Relations and Hein beiottokBO*" here, and as 'tis furmis'd that he has a Brother ^Itttfi in Ireland, it is thought proper to make it publick, ,w ife neceiTaiy Meaiurcs may be taken for putting in their rrfjeilivxCUiiws 10 the Eilate ot the Oeccas'd. , Mo/cow, Dec. g, 1734. * la the. Night between .the 5 th and 6th Inttant, Mr. *ftlpp* Motivy, of this-City, was inhumanly murder'd, moil 'probably by three of his own Servants, they having all fled - * for it; for on the Ota in the Forenoon, there was ho Human Creature in hu Houfe or Yard, and only the Dog tied to du Table in the Servant's Room by the Gate, > Tfc� barbarous Villains had broke open all his Scrutores, ** ttiSa, and Chcfts, and after having ltoln the moil of his - tatoable Goods, as Plate, Sec. the rett was fcattcr'd about his � Chambers; and in his middle Room a great deal of Blood �< tnsoUerv'd, ivhich being trat'd, was found to go to tbcWcll � ifl hjiVard, out of which his Body was taken at Night, �� tk 6th'inftant aforcfaid, and two large Wounds found on � V lot Heat), fuppo�'d to be done with a Hatchet, likewife � fane Broifes on his "Forehead and Face; butrionc of the m Wounds having fraftured the Skull, it's prcfum'd, after he � Jirtinction. . Ycficrday began the Quarter Seflions of the Peace for the City and Liberty of Weltminller, at Weftminllcr-Hall, where fjr John Gonfon beAig in the Chair, opco'd the' SefTions with �very learned and ingenious Charge to the Grand Jury. . I� the (aid Court the Hon. John Schutz, Elq; took the Culu, tojoualify himfelt to be Lord Warden of the Stannancs fed* County of Cornwall. Yejlerday his Grace the Duke of Bolton came from his JCUat Eduington in Wiliiltire, to his Houfe in Hannover- Ycfterday, about three o'Clock in the Afternoon, their Ontei the Duke and Dutchefc of Marlborough came to jdsrir Houfe in Piccadilly, from their .Ssat at Althorp in Horthamptonlhire. ' Yefterday was interr'd at Mitcham in Surry, from her fionfe in Gough-fquare, Mrs. Rawlinfon, Reliilof the late r 1 � M.Rawhnfon, Efqs Barriller at Law. She was Siller to Jab Gape, Kfcji late Member for St AlbanV We have rccciv'd further Accounts of the^fisfoTtlThes oc� ttficri'd by the terrible Storm on Wedncfday lall: It was ob-fav'dtobeat the higbclt at 12 o'Clock, about which Time a Stack of Chimneys fell upon a Coachman near Golden-Sfiare, and fractured his Skull ; and the like AiLidcnt liap-:to'd�aYc>uth"iarGray's-Jnn j Trees wctebiawiniown-in St. Jiao'i Park, and In Gray's Inn and Lincoln's-Jiin Gardens: Lfornct, and the Villages adjacent, .they percuiv'd three Clips of Thunder, accompanied by Lightning ; feveral Batas were blown down in that Neighbourhood ; and in feveial the. Reads near London, the Trees lie in the Highway in _ch Manner, that it is difficult to pafs: The Seat was blown ,_Jom the Mount in Kenfington Gardens.   At all Parts of the Tqjvb. are feen Houfes uutilcd, ilript ol their Lead, and the Coimaeys derodifh'd. Wc have not as yet lcamt that any great Damage was done JitaeShips in tlie Downs: News has been brought to the Wia-Houfe, that the India 9hips rode out the Storm.   One or Co VeflVU wire on Sandwich Flats, but 'i*vas bdiev'd would gotcfF. ^The Bank Nota advertis'd in Yefterday's Paper are come to 0� SuxJap uc.xt tkt Rev. Dr. Thcmai, Rtfor of St. Bernut ftWtU'Larf. and Qbn[lain in orUinaiy to bis Majtjly,  g� tbtir Pofftfjitm, bt trder to frtjerv* tb*m from falling into thtHanditf tbe Nstivts ; Theft art tbertfin It gilt Notice tt.tbe Outkt tr. Owners of tbe faid Ship and Corgi, that the fold fejil is daily txprtlcd to arrive here, and that if the faid Ovemtr v CteafcT* it-ill apply to the faid Ctmfawy any Tmtfda, tr Thurfday in tbe Foreman, at their Houfe im Ltadenbaltftrett, a smfre fartitular Account of this Affair viill he communicated to them. By Order of the Court of AfDllants, Richard Spence. AT the KING'S THEATRE in the * Hay-Market, on Thurfiay cear, bciae the lith tixt cf Jaooarr, will be . , A      B    A    L    L. ' ' Ticketi will be deliw'd to the Sabfcribcri 00 WcdneioaT next, at Whip's Choc>la�e-bouemSt. J�n>cs>H'fC AT the KfNG's THEATRE  Jo the * May-Marker, Tpmofrow, chf itth of Jaooary, w'\\ 6e pet-form'd ap OPBBa, tall'd A   R  T  A  X  E R  S  E S. Pic and Buiet to be pur ffether, and ro Pcrfom 10 tie ad*it�ed wiibuoi Tickc.s, which will be dtllm'd ibai D�y, & the Office iu cbe Hay-M*?ket, at batf a Ouioei each. GWlltry 1 By bis Ma j t stt*� Command,                    1 No Pcrfuot vliatc'er co be adiairrcd behind tM Stcne*. __To begin at Six o Clock._ By His MA JEST r't Command. AT the Theatre Royal in Covent-Garden, Toro,.irj�, beiug the nth'uf Jacoity, will pwtarai'd us new Opera, cill'd A  R  I  O  D  A  N  T  E. Pit and Boies co be pot together, aod no Perfbas to be admit red without TicVts, which will be dcli�cr'd that Uay, at lU QtWu in cotent G�r -vip be defacr* �t 'he Blr oi ih� Tbeitre it j*. rub. Pi^ }a.       2a. No rcrfoo to be admitted babied she Sctsca, cut aay Uacct ta be teturo'darter *e CntiainUdtawr.uP. . To begin at Six oLixi.__ J HERE AS by the late drtadftil Fire whicH *nrp>�niei T$c*a ; ia S; foliy *m jvxxrt tit ci DESERTED from the tll^kCol. Copc'l K-sjirt* : oi f.x�r.      ttcm hi* owt>Co�panV> r*iii�, hat buck taw tkir, fowiuuhit pttred *!tk the Small ^aa 1 be �ewt off ia axi   tbe (ui Defefierit, and fecore: thrm I* �/ Coal, atrf �rm S-SiiHe. 'lercot* to Henry Poppto, laJH\\ i^Wliitt^all, otto tbe ttwm�io*ngO?i b�if, Qull reccire two Gui�e� RicrsnJ nrrr and abo�� what is allow'd bl Aft ot ParlUoxot Ijr �pi>reht3aui| Ixftners. Henry PoppU. , N. H. They arebott. ful>eflej to hue been ia iWfiftt h�gia�aa. of r.'mjarda. .........�       �    �......        r f � :. Ahtngdim, Jan. 8, 1734-5. DESERTED from tire Hon. Col. Lanoell Rc|iTfr t of FM>r, new tnantt'4 at abtordoo, Jatat* Crutotv 01 Cat, Kti�htlcy'� Crnipany, hre Foot Icrca |otbct hn?h" wi�h"a)t Sh���, 2j Years ad. by T.ada a Sbccaiaker, toru at Caaabru'te, of a belli Cnwpict^n, bl  ck tall Eyes and bulky black HaU. n�-.uy tuitcy, ot Mai* Bcich�fct*aCompany, fire Foot otoelncfeta and :brte Qjnt>�ra !ij h �n'i'lr at *hi"�J(�. or MayoardGoctm, Efqi'talath* b�e-piau: twtr ? ^ho-qaate, OttU fcl�c Two Coineas Reward far tt*K over and above �h�t it allow d by -ft of Paraancat,      ~ 7 Maynard Gum*. LOST the 6th Inftanr, between Leadenhall-ttteet ard the RoyiHnid)irc, a fmall pain OoklWatch, BoaV *X)C�ffeino*r. windto^ihro the Dial ptaie, made b| David liobdrt. , tondgn. Nir.f $7, 00 a Go.*d Cloit ui'h four Gold  ht r}j'��i Rc-vatd, *odno i^icdioui a.k'tT; il'utfit'd to be fold or Pa�n'd, praV Hop it, aad gite Sm:S a� sbote, aod yoo Quit have the fame Ho ward �  , N. H,     ? re iter Hewvd will be given, btistf more |haa the Valotf of tkaO-ld. ^      �        �-" �-: -- . k        .( STOLN or ftnty'd the 4th inftaht', out * Ct'ooai inthePiKlb ot A>ni>o i*t Nohhainptutitfliic', a tyatfc IjcIAj^, with a pretty nuoy *lme Hairs, fire Xe�r� oM, 1) Haada atsl an tet?i WfS '><* T*il tall at' vbdM tla"�. *J^gH WiM&mn bit Fate, Cure Wait ou iltc off Leg behind, gtcu'd 11 ike r+ejt, } fit for a Coacti, a�d �* a spud (Irong tfo/fe, wfwei^J will l(op trw/aid Horfe. oc give N therein meatiuo'd, iea^itj towaida iii,li^*.e dictate and tttmi^ltcad in the Coiwy ol MtdJIcfct. are to meet by i-. istttt oo TocfJay Beit, being tlx t^ih l-JJaw. ai tour */f.Ltk tn the Atictn'Hjn ptcCitci/, at the CalUc T��cia mi (wayVLu-OM b Kolboa. Edward BxoMh, Clerk. THK Aflignecs under a Commidtonof Bink- ropt awjr.td  bt>:� iiid ; ertr^ot. ccCtc :he Cttj.�i�� ol i-1 in.i K*d�ropt :o tuect lt�(a>      * . i�y ibc i yn iottio: a: tvau o'clock iii ;hc :\tterito-". at 'oldhali Cafftx-htu::. Ht^-t^tz.m Loa-dt    fii|- .iftwt * 'tt" c      ti�tik:cti ._ v Book-keeper is wanted, or a Journeyman . H*l> id Ib.t, *K� wntct i | j * deal .i'gio Moifea i ibia U io�(Iuie tha Pobiick, have f >od CboM of HnrlVs at ibe While Horfc i'�cr-agaMl � tcitool, b-.tb br the .viaflct* aod the Scholars, by wbickMeaat tbn a e or�*ie rjff, tun.Utr aad .tamable to. t (b>tt itiac. Th� Preach mite parnuiltily ixmi i.'-ecot.at L^goage oJ'tce iioufe, tbe Board. C(t (wVj bttVlcs tave ihe Adtaxtge oi piiuate at well a< publick Two*) *re gcaenJy br.nght to  e Oivto.^my �,f the whole fo tOut/i,'d, Witnl iv* .id buh to S'ifii a;vd Cf��r|c th at *tl� prcfmn'4 ihe t'aicats a* well � mus Pj^iji.     . o? ��� j_�:w>ut Moh>d, wa-.tut ovcc-btwthaaiagj' th; j.!ca.>y. S�*b t�t�i-itttjcj �:�.!� I�uua�ii^T iKusajioo tnaysttal* ;; f=tti jf -e te-icc^c ��> teuicft that leit%i, t, which b) a Negjatc cA tc�4ra! Ytif. i�*s us-) i. � treat Meagre ha*c Lit, Itc foonbring. t.� ir.cja a */ "I tn-ki u th g a f�alu  to (hern, ihey al-|)v.i ^ theni)'r!��� u-lf tee tlsa * Hay lot ;heif own private StBdiay, a=d fee-anxlf *,t:a.:i3� ujcjo t.u t:uWt thaa IWtta a W�^k lot the ma* ki?        i Vi-c'etJ. lie �� to tc t?�*�e w raOcito, at Mr.Clarke's. 8< at tia Ov'*  f�:' � L*-' - tiuVr-twuatn. .t tUsf too* bcVirJ t. i.' tid-.i.- �. or �. ti.c C:.a ;c�y Col. i. hisccij        at ft *h:ch 1-licra al Lctca aoj Dire ft* t.ua �.-i'j be tsiro P^prr Ca:� of, aij lie wi'J �ajt omQm Milch A(s, with a She Foal abbtjt ' Jk asoiih�oij. iT. - bqaiic of tia.rjc Jm� tu Igspwag ftitOI Mar   

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